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  • Escape Mediocrity - Explore Excursion

    Erick V
    94
    Summer is coming to a close. Maybe it’s a bit early to be thinking about, but it’s true. It’s a bummer, too, but it does mean one thing is right around the corner: the return of Sunday night games, and Fantasy Football. As I write this we’re one week away from the CI Office Draft, and if you look closely at anyone’s browser, you’ll probably see an ESPN tab …
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  • Diesel Heart of Darkness

    Steve R
    95
    Long overdue, but hashtag-ohsoworthit. Boss-man has been telling me to write a review for a year. It’s been on my back burner for equally as long. Then we received lovely news from the FDA about 88 days ago. Priorities changed, but boss-man has still been riding me. Over the past 88 days, we’ve worked like mad, creating new products with everybody under the sun. From AJ …
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  • Macanudo Inspirado Black

    Jason B
    90
    Macanudo is known for creating some of the best cigar blends on the market. High quality control, smooth flavors and mild blends are what this classic Cuban brand is best known for. It is one of the most asked for cigar manufacturers in our retail locations. When Macanudo becomes inspired to create something new and unique, it is something that just needs to be experienced for yourself. …
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  • Master Built?

    Jeff K
    90
    Powerband is the newest addition to the Master Built Series from Camacho. There are two other cigars in that line: Triple Maduro and American Barrel Aged. Triple Maduro has been a crowd pleaser since the blend debuted. And I liked American Barrel Aged enough to review it last year, and give it a 90 point rating. Needless to say, Powerband had some big shoes to fill if it was going to live up to …
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  • FB-554

    Jason B
    89
    Ligero is a type of tobacco leaf found near the top of a tobacco plant. Slower to mature then the Viso, Seco, and Volado. Ligero leaves are usually characterized by their coarse texture. These leaves are selected to give a cigar a spicy taste and a heavy, full bodied smoke. Different varieties of tobacco, different climates, and different soils all affect the flavor and strength of a cigar, …
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