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Cigar Review: Protocol Probable Cause Lancero

| STRENGTH: FULL | BODY: FULL | TASTING NOTES: SPICY, WOODY, HINTS OF ESPRESSO | In 2015 two police officers, Juan Cancel and Bill Ives, revealed the industry’s newest cigar brand: Cubariqueno! Launched nationally at the 2015 IPCPR trade show in New Orleans, Cubariqueno was created by two police officers, Juan Cancel & Bill Ives. The La Zona cigar factory in Esteli, Nicaragua is the chosen location where all Cubariqueno blends are created under the watchful eye of Erik Espinosa. Cubariqueno’s freshman release is the protocol. Originally a single blend…

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Cigar Review: Perdomo 20th Anniversary Maduro

It seems 2014 is the year for anniversaries in the cigar world, several companies are celebrating their years of success this year, so I decided to revisit an anniversary from another year. Today I am taking a look at the Perdomo 20th Anniverary Maduro which was released in 2012. This cigar is made with tobacco grown in Perdomo’s farms in Nicaragua with a wrapper that is aged for 14 months in a bourbon barrel. These cigars are priced from around $8-12 depending on your location. Vitolas: 5×56 Robusto 6×56 Epicure (Toro)…

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Cigar Review: Jericho Hill by Crowned Heads (Brandon’s take)

There are times you will see multiple reviews of the same cigar here on The Cigar Nut, this is to give you different opinions about a certain cigar. Another reason is because we all have different palates and one of our writers might have preferences closer to yours than another. We will do our best to not read the other reviews prior to reviewing the same cigar just to keep things fair and unbiased. Today I am reviewing a cigar that Max has already done, the Jericho Hill by Crowned…

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