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Staff Reviews

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Perdomo Habano

Posted , by Steve R
90

I apologize for my negligence. It appears as though I haven’t officially reviewed a cigar in exactly one month. This is simply unacceptable, especially per the standards of my boss. But, let’s not assume I haven’t enjoyed any noteworthy cigars over the past 30 days. Quite the contrary...I’ve been burning more than ever, and most have been recent releases, or cigars …

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601 Serie Blue Box-Press Maduro

Posted , by Steve R
90

A while back I reviewed the original 601 Serie, a high-end cigar made by Don ‘Pepin’ Garcia in his Nicaraguan-based factory, El Rey de los Habanos. Since I wrote this review, a new breed of 601 has been released, in the form of a box-pressed maduro, which also represents one of the few, if not the only, super-premium maduros made by Pepin Garcia. CigarFest ‘07 was the …

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Gispert

Posted , by Steve R
87

The fact that certain cigars fly under the radar amazes me. I mean, there are some wonderful sleepers out there: anything by Felipe Gregorio or Oliveros, La Aurora Leoninos, and many, many more. These brands go unknown by most, who simply reply with a “who?” or “what?” whenever mentioned. Yet, Gispert is a great seller. Now, I’m not saying Gispert is a bad cigar, …

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