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  • Nub Cameroon - Vertical Tasting

    Steve R
    89
    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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  • Man O' War

    Keith
    93
    I don’t want to overstate it but quite simply, Man O’ War is special. Let me count the ways. First, the maker – AJ Fernandez. His Esteli, Nicaragua-based Tabacalera Fernandez factory boasts a surprising list of quality blends; in fact, he’s the best maker you never heard of. His list of clients includes Ernie Padilla, Rocky Patel, Kaizad Hansotia and others. He was …
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  • Nub Habano - Vertical Tasting

    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 cigar prior …
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  • Montecristo

    Brandon S
    86
    Montecristo is easily one of the world’s most recognizable trademarks when it comes to cigars and I’m quite sure you’ll agree with me on that. Ask a few folks to name three brands of cigars off the top of their head and I can all but guarantee you that Montecristo will be one of them along with Macanudo and Cohiba. What I find interesting is that for all of the fame and recognition this brand …
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  • 5 Vegas Classic

    Keith
    95
    I noticed Rocky Patel received a 95 rating the other day from a cigar magazine. That got me to thinking. There's a positively resplendent blend called 5 Vegas Classic that sells like mad and many folks are enamored with....one that costs, oh, around 3 or 4 bucks and less....and it was only rated 90. Based on the aforementioned 95 rating, 5 Vegas Classic should be rated 115 for crying out …
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