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Reviews by Steve R
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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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  • Perdomo ESV '91

    Steve R
    92
    This past weekend was very special. Not just because of an exciting (and predictable) Eagles’ victory, but also because I became engaged to my beautiful girlfriend. The engagement took place on a hiking trip in the Poconos, the same PA Mountains that played host to our annual CigarFest in 2006. Two days of hiking through the woods, climbing waterfalls, falling down waterfalls, scratching …
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  • 5 Vegas Gold No. 1

    Steve R
    90
    For the past 5 days we’ve seen nothing but rain here in Bath, PA. Flash flood warnings bombard the airwaves, while local residents can be seen paddling down the streets on the evening news. Craziness. Yesterday, there was a break in the rain and a few rays of foggy sunshine before the day came to an end. This was my chance to go outside and enjoy a cigar, and I’ll be damned if I …
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