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Reviews by Jeff K

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A game-changer from Oliva.

Posted , by Jeff K
90

Football’s back and some things never change. Seahawks look dominant on both sides of the ball. Romo takes all the blame. And the commish’s list of friends is dwindling with every passing day. But among the constants, there’s always change. The Jags show signs of life. Johnny Football has come to save Cleveland. And the Patriots hold …

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Casa Magna Dominican

Posted , by Jeff K
93

After I finished this, I realized Steve R just wrote the same. Whatever, it just shows the communication gap that happens when you sit five feet apart. Plus, it’s an obvious vote of confidence for a really good new blend….   March Madness is in full swing around here, and between the basketball brackets and the …

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Dunhill Aged Dominican

Posted , by Jeff K
91

I’m bad at this. It’s been too long since my last review, but I’m making a promise to do better.  So expect more this year, and if you’re bored, shoot me a request on a cigar you’re interested in and I’ll write something up. Dunhill. It’s a brand you’ve likely heard of, but not …

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CAO OSA Sol

Posted , by Jeff K
87

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 …

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Hoyo Excalibur Cigarillos

Posted , by Jeff K
89

With a small cigar, there’s really not much to say. So I’ll keep it short and sweet. Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur Cigarillos are my favorite small cigar. In between my normal rotation, or when time demands something quick, these are my go-to.  First, they’re all tobacco....no homogenized wrappers or even, God forbid, paper like some of the other stuff out there. …

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