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Blind Cigar Review: Cubariqueño | Protocol Official Misconduct Corona Gorda Score 89%

Blind Cigar Review: Cubariqueño | Protocol Official Misconduct Corona Gorda

“This was an enjoyable cigar from start to finish. There were constant surprises in the profile from the pre-light all the way to the nub. It progressed the way I like for cigars to smoke. It started out with very pleasing flavors, and developed more, and different ones as it went along. The strength started out close to medium, and slowly progressed to finish solidly as medium full. This would pair well with bourbon or rum, and smokers with a little experience will get the most from it.” -Kevin A. (Kevin A.)

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Blind Cigar Review: Battleground | General Longstreet Score 93%

Blind Cigar Review: Battleground | General Longstreet

“Just like you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover, you shouldn’t judge this cigar by it’s wrapper. Looking at this cigar and one might say words like ugly, rough looking, and poorly made but that is far from true. The burn, the favors, and performance of this cigar punch above it’s weight class. The extra tobacco in the center of this cigar caused it to lose the intensity and body that I loved in the first third. While the weird mishmash of flavors, in the final third, had me conflicted but in the end the cigar made me go and grab my nub tool and smoke it till I was burning my lips. This is a cigar that I would reach for again and again. If it had an option for a smaller ring gauge size and it would be a box buy. Well done!” -Estevan Z. (TheRealBanzi)

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Cigar News: Crowned Heads Announces Mule Kick LE 2020

The original Mule Kick debuted back in 2012 as a limited extension to the Four Kicks line. It used a higher priming Habano wrapper and a slightly tweaked internal blend. Production was limited to 5,000 sticks. That original Mule Kick blend was be re-released in 2017, and then there were subsequent releases in 2018 and 2019 featuring Connecticut Habano maduro and Ecuador Sumatra wrappers respectively.

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Blind Cigar Review: El Artista | Big Papi Slugger Score 90%

Blind Cigar Review: El Artista | Big Papi Slugger

“My first impressions were negative due to the size of the cigar. Eliminating my bias towards that was easy once I started smoking the cigar. It really was a pleasant and long experience. This is still not necessarily going to be a first choice smoke for me but I can say it was flavorful enough all the way through to work for a niche smoke at the right time for me. Well constructed and good looking, I’d revisit this cigar again.” -Diana (ArmyRN)

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Cigar News: HVC Adds Two New Vitolas to 500th Anniversary

Last year, HVC released the 500th Anniversary cigar to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the formation of the city Havana, Cuba. HVC stand for Havana City Cuba. Now, that 500th Anniversary gets two new vitolas. The original “TESOROS” measured 5 7/8 X 52, now they are adding a 4 1/2×52 SHORTS and a 5 5/8×46 SELECTOS. The SHORTS will be exclusive to online stores, and SELECTOS exclusive to brick and mortar. There will only be a combined 1200 boxes made of new sizes.

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Cigar News: PCA Cancels Trade Show

PCA announced today the cancellation of its Convention and Trade Show for 2020 that was scheduled to take place July 10-14 at the Sands/Venetian Convention Center and Hotel. This cancellation is due to public health and safety concerns related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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Blind Cigar Review: Alec Bradley | Project 40 06.52 Score 92%

Blind Cigar Review: Alec Bradley | Project 40 06.52

“It’s a winner for me. I really enjoyed the shifts in profile, the quality of the smoke, and just how well it performed even with several areas that were damaged in transit. I’m thoroughly impressed with the experience and will be picking some of these up. ” -Alan (Eulogy)

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Blind Cigar Review: Cubariqueño | Protocol Official Misconduct Corona Gorda Score 89%

Blind Cigar Review: Cubariqueño | Protocol Official Misconduct Corona Gorda

"This was an enjoyable cigar from start to finish. There were constant surprises in the profile from the pre-light all the way to the nub. It progressed the way I like for cigars to smoke. It started out with very pleasing flavors, and developed more, and different ones as it went along. The strength started out close to medium, and slowly progressed to finish solidly as medium full. This would pair well with bourbon or rum, and smokers with a little experience will get the most from it." -Kevin A. (Kevin A.)

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Cigar News: Drew Estate Cancels All 2020 Barn Smoker Events

Drew Estate has cancelled all 2020 Barn Smoker events due to concerns about COVID-19. As a consolation, Drew Estate has launched the "Barn Smoker Goodwill Act of 2020." There will also be a series of virtual events at the scheduled time of the original events open to anyone.