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Staff Reviews
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  • Graycliff Turbo Edicion Limitada 2010

    With the exception of the G2 line, there is nary another Graycliff cigar available for under $10 or so.  Despite the hefty price tags we sell a ton of these top-dollar cigars in our retail stores, and there are a lot of loyal fans out there who aren’t afraid to pony up 12 to 22 bucks for these Bahama made delicacies.  Because of the steep prices on the premium lines of Graycliff …
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  • CAO OSA Sol

    Jeff K
    OSA Sol marks CAO’s first major release in a couple of years – since La Traviata. And naturally, people are pretty excited about it, including myself. Well, I was excited….   Here’s what I liked about it: the construction, the burn, and the draw were perfect. Honestly, as good as it gets.   Here’s what I didn’t like: The flavor was ho-hum …
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  • Perdomo ESV 2002 Sun Grown

    Not a Perdomo? Don’t smoke that kid…you’ll grow horns. WOW! This is the first thing that comes to mind when I think of this blend! These babies arrived at the CI Super-Store a measly 2 weeks ago and it’s already among our most popular selling BOXES. Nick Perdomo is one of the most distinguishable personalities in this complex industry of cigars. When …
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  • Cohiba

    Steve R
    We just finished up our Christmas catalog, and added a nifty little gift-buying section for all types of buyers. Some of us were chosen to play the role of everyday characters folks can relate to. Characters you work with, associate with, are related to, etc....characters best described as, ‘that guy.’ My character, in a word, was superficial. Makes a lot of money (completely false), …
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  • Dark Shark

    For the last several years one of the most popular week-long segments on television is “Shark Week.” Something I’ve learned from the ominous documentaries of these man-eating monsters is that they can literally smell fear.    Normally, the fear is detected through the substance commonly known as “shark sugar”. This, of course, is when the …
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