Cigar Review 

Cigar Review: Sarsaparilla by Espinosa and Cigar Dojo

Behind The Stick: If you are familiar with Erik Espinosa or Eric Guttormson, better known as Master Sensei from the Cigar Dojo App have joined together in what can only be described as a ‘unique’ cigar. Boasting a Mexican San Adres wrapper with all other intricacies being omitted, the Sarsaparilla came into being when Eric contacted Erik to create a cigar that would honor the what they called the warm, full and complex flavor of the old-west Sarsparilla – a popular soft drink that was even considered to be an…

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Cigar Review : E.P. Carillo Inch No. 64

Cigar Review : E.P. Carillo Inch No. 64 Size: 6 1/8 x 64 Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra Binder and Filler: Dominican Piloto Cubana, Corojo, Criollo 98, Nicaraguan Viso Strength: High Medium to Low Full Price: ~ $10.00 each Behind The Stick: If you have never heard of E.P. Carillo – I will not yell at you and tell you to get out of the rock you’ve been under or question your dedication to cigars but I will say, go do a quick google search and find out about some of the…

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Cigar Review : Diesel Unlimited D5

Cigar Review : Diesel Unlimited D5 Size: 5.5 x 54 ( D.5) Wrapper: Honduran Ligero Binder and Filler: Nicaraguan and Mexican Strength: Full Price: ~ 4.00 each Behind The Stick: The Diesel name is fairly new to the cigar world while on the other hand, the name behind these cigars has not only a solid foothold in the industry but they have been churning out exceptional cigars for years. Abdel “AJ” Fernandez first gave us all a taste of the Diesel name in 2010 at the IPCPR convention and many…

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Cigar Review : Sindicato Cigars – Affinity

Cigar Review : Sindicato Cigars – Affinity Size: 5 x 52 ( Robusto ) Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecicut Binder and Filler: Nicaraguan and Dominican Strength: Mild to Medium Price: ~ $6.50 Behind The Stick: Some of you may have heard some of the buzz coming out of Smoke Inn and the new cigar line that Abe Dababneh and Jim Colucci are releasing to the public but if not – now you have! Essentially, a group of tobacconists got together to create cigars that not only emphasized the tobacconist but also the…

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