Partagas 1845 Double Corona Cigar Review This 7.25×54 stick features a rustic, thick and lumpy dark brown wrapper with a slight tooth, slight oil sheen, small and medium veins, visible seams, double car and a rich chocolate and wood aroma. First light reveals
The General Cigar Dominican Republic Blogger Tour 2011 Slideshow & Videoby Bryan Glynn, October 24, 2011
If they say a picture is worth a thousand words, here’s 1/2 a million words for ya 😉 My fellow bloggers are much more gifted at the text of our trip than I so I’ll just stick to what I’m good at! You can read my highlights of each day … Continue reading →
Press Release: The original Cremo Cigar, an icon of early Americaby Bryan Glynn, October 7, 2011
Press Release: The original Cremo Cigar, an icon of early America and the most successful cigar brand of the early 20th century, made a commitment to providing their customers with value. The company which rose out of beautiful Manhattan, New York City attained the largest sales of any cigar in … Continue reading →
NEW FRONTMARKS FROM MACANUDO Macanudo®, America’s number-one-selling premium cigar is pleased to debut a quartet of new frontmarks at the 2011 IPCPR tradeshow. According to Bill Chilian, director of marketing for Macanudo, “We’re pleased to debut several great new Macanudo offerings, each created to appeal an array of smoking occasions.” … Continue reading →
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