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Reviews by Jeff K
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  • The best you've never had.

    Jeff K
    93
    If you haven’t met him, Ernesto Carrillo is one of our industry’s biggest assets. Hardworking and innovative, Ernesto is a true tobacco man whose cigar and blending knowledge ranks easily side by side with anyone who’s every walked this planet. Additionally, he’s a genuinely great guy who’s building his eponymous family business and brand alongside his son and …
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  • One Village, one helluva good coffee.

    Jeff K
    92
    When I got the call from Woody at One Village Coffee, a local company, asking if we’d be interested in carrying their line of coffees, I was skeptical…after all we are a cigar company. He grabbed my attention though with his passion and enthusiasm about coffee and by explaining the similarities between growing coffee beans and growing tobacco, and it didn’t hurt that he was a …
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  • They had me at Bourbon...

    Jeff K
    90
    Cigar makers are always seeking out ways to innovate and bring new experiences to the cigar smokers. Some of these work well, while others, ehh not so fast my friend. Camacho successfully capitalizes on the ever growing popular trend of barrel aging by utilizing a blend of tobaccos placed in Kentucky bourbon barrels for 5 months with their new release, Camacho Barrel Aged.   My love for …
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  • Dry better.

    Jeff K
    As more and more ‘Cool Sh!t’ has been piling up around the office, I managed to snag one that I could really make some daily practical use out of. Over the past few years, I’ve seen commercials and infomercials for technologically-advanced drying systems that were similar to this one. They’ve always intrigued me, but a towel is a towel, right? Not exactly. The first …
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  • A game-changer from Oliva.

    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 sole possession of last place. New year, …
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