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Reviews by Steve R
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  • Zino Platinum Scepter

    Steve R
    85
    Davidoff is a name that needs no introduction. Whether you’ve managed to pony up the dough and buy one for yourself or not, there’s no doubt you’ve heard the name at least a hundred times over. Davidoff, founded by the late Zino Davidoff, is a symbol of pleasure and the good life. Well, naturally...you have to have a ‘good life’ to enjoy a Davidoff cigar with any …
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  • 601 Serie

    Steve R
    91
    As per the usual, the Thanksgiving holiday called for an onslaught of primo cigars. Top-notch, full-bodied premiums that could stand up to my traditional (and supernatural) display of utter gluttony. Naturally, my favorites were chosen…Edicion de Silvio, Gurkha Centurian Double-X, Graycliff Espresso; the whole 9 yards. This year, a newcomer made the cut. 601 Serie, a cigar from the makers …
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  • Saint Luis Rey

    Steve R
    87
    Today, I realized I haven’t written a review since October. Amazing, considering I’ve probably smoked about 50 cigars since then. In the words of Nimish, the Prince of Indian Tabac, I am a “slacker.” About 2 weeks ago, I received an email request to review Saint Luis Rey. Interesting. I don’t think I’ve ever tried the Honduran blend and, since I love doing …
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  • Arturo Fuente Hemingway

    Steve R
    86
    Last night I decided to crack open the old El Presidente humidor at home. It’s been a long time since I’ve touched this thing, other than the routine re-charge of the humidifiers. After taking a peak inside and under the lift-out tray I was quite impressed with the collection of lovelies I’ve been sitting on. At the bottom were a few Hemingway Signatures. I don’t remember …
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  • Pueblo Dominicano II

    Steve R
    91
    As I write this review, a 53-foot truck is parked at loading dock #4. On this truck, Pueblo Dominicano Series II. Since I knew this truck would be here at this exact time, unloading boxes of La Aurora’s highly anticipated second installment of Pueblo Dominicano, I decided to burn through the rest of my samples over the weekend. Samples I held on to for roughly 8 months.   Before I …
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