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Reviews by Steve R

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Nub Connecticut - Vertical Tasting

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It seems you folks enjoyed my previous vertical tastings for Nub, and many have asked when I’d be reviewing the Connecticut. That’ good to know, since they took an awfully long time to write, and resulted in me feeling lightheaded for hours. All in a day’s work, right? Today, I will be completing the Nub Vertical Trifecta. Before we start, here’s everything you …

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Cusano Habano LXI Sun Grown

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90

As I sit here, puffing away on a tasty cigar filling the office with beautiful clouds of thick, creamy smoke, I am reading a very disturbing article... “Presumably, the physicians’ association worries that children who identify with the authoritarian general — who wants to annihilate the Hulk, played by Edward Norton — may be tempted to pick up the …

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Nub Cameroon - Vertical Tasting

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After tasting countless cigars and working hands on in the Oliva factory, Sam Leccia concluded that a cigar normally hits its ‘sweet spot’ within 3 to 4 inches of the burn. Therefore, one must invest a good amount of time with a cigar prior to being rewarded with its true character. So, Sam worked with the Oliva Cigar Family (maker’s of Serie ‘V’ and Serie …

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Nub Habano - Vertical Tasting

Posted , by Steve R
89

Unless you’ve been living under the rock the past 3 weeks, you’ve probably heard of the Nub. If not, here’s your crash course: After tasting countless cigars and working hands on in the Oliva factory, Sam Leccia concluded that a cigar normally hits its ‘sweet spot’ within 3 to 4 inches of the burn. Therefore, one must invest a good amount of time with a …

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Sol Cubano Cuban Cabinet

Posted , by Steve R
90

The folks behind Sol Cubano have been on the move for a while now. A couple years back, the classic Sol Cubano line received some fancy new packaging, reigniting the brand. Last year, a Sol Cubano Artisan was crafted...a monster-sized Salomon featuring three select wrappers finished in barber pole and pinstripe fashion. Now, in just …

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