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"Rich underlying sweet tone" Espinosa Laranja Reserva Cigar Review.

Brand History

Erik Espinosa was born in Havana, Cuba and relocated with his family to Miami at the age of 3 months.  Being raised in Miami, Erik inherited his passion for cigars from his father.  449 more words

The Average Joe's Cigar

Watch. Listen. Learn. (Cuba 5. Trinidad to Viñales)

Land of the CigArtistes*

Thursday, January 7

Today was a travel day. Our bus picked us up at about 9 a.m. and we set off for Viñales, which is a seven-hour bus trip that took us about nine hours. 631 more words

My Trip To Cuba

“Honor” and “effortless” Southern Draw Kudzu Cigar Review.

Brand History

The words “honor” and “effortless” very succinctly describe the intention of the vision of Southern Draw Cigars.  This vision is based on the Southern tradition of a “culture of honor,” essentially meaning give respect and courtesy in dealings with others — including women — and require respect and courtesy from others.  385 more words

The Average Joe's Cigar

Welcome to my Blog!

I’ve been putting off starting a blog for some time, and finally after my wife convinced me to start one, here it is. I’ve been blogging on Tumblr for a while and invite everyone to visit (the link’s in my menu). 62 more words


"Impressive looking" Profeta by Cesar Cigar Review.

Brand History

Cesar Espinal had a dream in his youth.  A third generation tobacco grower, Cesar was fifteen when he started working at his family’s farm in the Dominican Republic.  536 more words

The Average Joe's Cigar

Things don't always go as planned...

A few days back I stopped by one of my favorite micro-breweries with full intentions of writing up another edition of Pubs and Street Eats. Great idea, had I remembered to bring along my portable hard drive on family vacation this week. 20 more words

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