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Staff Reviews for April 2006
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  • CAO Black Man O' War

    Steve R
    91
    I've been known to jump the gun on more than one occasion. Today marks another one of those occasions. The cigar I am smoking right now is a sample of something very special that's scheduled to arrive towards the end of May. The reason I decided to write about it is simple: I've been burning through these samples on a daily basis, and loving every single one. The cigar is Man O’ War, a …
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  • Romeo y Julieta 1875

    Steve R
    87
    Romeo y Julieta was one of the first cigars I've ever tried. Come to think of it, I believe it was numero uno. I was in Cancun - don't worry, I brought my own smokes - and had just a few too many Coronas, so my memory is a little hazy. Regardless, had I not enjoyed my first few cigars, I wouldn't have become the crazed cigar lunatic I am today. Therefore, I do give thanks to RyJ for beginning my …
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  • Graycliff Profesionale

    Steve R
    90
    I recently returned from Florida, and enjoyed a 8 days of gorgeous weather, non-stop sunshine and warm ocean waters. Of course, the daily itinerary included sunsets and cigars. But, these were no ordinary sunsets, so extraordinary cigars were needed. For this reason I stocked my travel humidor with my best cigars, including two generous handfulls of Graycliffs.Graycliff is …
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