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How To Cut, Light & Smoke A Cigar

by Bryan Glynn, March 10, 2011

How To Cut, Light & Smoke A Cigar First of all a big disclaimer: everything stated here is my OPINION. As is EVERY other how to video on smoking, keeping, fondling, etc. cigars. If you disagree with any of my OPINIONS here, that’s cool. But I don’t care. I’m putting … Continue reading

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Padron 1964 Anniversary Torpedo Maduro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 23, 2009

[nggallery id=139] Padron 1964 Anniversary Torpedo Maduro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick offers a firm box pressed dark chocolate wrapper with terrific sweet tobacco and spicy aromas. Burn was almost razor sharp all the way down with a perfect draw giving just the right amount of resistance for an easy … Continue reading

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Marco V Brazilian Grand Reserve Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, October 16, 2009

[nggallery id=109] Marco V Brazilian Grand Reserve Cigar Review This 5×60 dark chocolate stick sports a soft, satin slightly toothy wrapper, with a very good burn all the way down, holding the ash past the 1/2 way point. Draw was excellent with the perfect amount of resistance for a smooth … Continue reading

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