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History of Oliva cigars

Oliva cigars, one of the premium cigar brands in the world, have a rich history dating back to 1886. Melanio Oliva, the head of Oliva family settled in the westernmost part of Cuba, was the first in the family to venture into tobacco growing. The company was first established by Gilberto, his grandson, who took the Oliva brand to the entire world.

Oliva cigars are one of the oldest and most respectable cigar brands in the world today. Primarily produced in Nicaragua, these cigars…


Added by David Dadson on February 24, 2015 at 12:30am — 2 Comments

Be Careful In Choosing Cigar, It Reflects Your Class

It wouldn’t be wrong to refer cigars to as one of the finest pleasures in a man’s life. If you love cigars, then it is something that simply thrills you and delights your senses from within. Each time you hold the cigar in your hand, it fills you up with self pride. Turning into a pure cigar connoisseur isn’t rocket science. All you need to do is choose the best and the stick to it as far as possible. This also demands a bit of research and experimentation from your side.…


Added by David Dadson on December 10, 2014 at 12:00am — 1 Comment

The Role of Wrapper on a Cigar’s Flavor

The wrapper of a cigar can tell a lot about a cigar’s flavor. There’s a standard rule, but there also are too many exceptions and discrepancies to say something as “darker = stronger.” A few Maduro smokes pale in comparison to a few stronger Connecticuts. To clear up these misconceptions about wrappers and how they influence a cigar’s flavor, here is a list of wrappers and what they add to the cigar like H. Upmann…


Added by David Dadson on August 18, 2014 at 1:23am — No Comments

Develop Your Cigar Palate with La Aroma de Cuba cigars

Enjoy the taste of a brand new cigar with the new La Aroma de Cuba; with every puff off this stogie, one will surely get drawn into a horizon of unique aroma. This is because the cigars of this brand are bold blends of Cuban-seed Nicaraguan long-fillers. These are carefully filled inside a dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper.

Because of the delicate craftsmanship involved, the La Aroma de Cube cigars emit a smoke that is truly zesty throughout; it comes with a smooth core of deep and…


Added by David Dadson on July 10, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments

Everything You Need To Know About Gurkha Cigars

Cigar aficionados indulge into a Gurkha because every single stogie is of extraordinary quality. Lovers of cigars generally call Gurkha the 'Rolls Royce' of cigars; no wonder it is reveled in by an elite group of smokers that includes Royal men and women, Military Generals and personnel, leading government officials and prominent celebrities.…


Added by David Dadson on June 13, 2014 at 1:47am — 1 Comment

The Best Smoke You'll Ever Have

If at all there is a brand name of the highest selling and the most popular expensive premium cigars, then H. Upmann is the name. This brand had been established in Cuba way back in 1844 and till date it is a reigning cigar name. Currently, the company manufactures cigars in two versions. These are as follows:

  • One of the versions is still produced on the island of Cuba for Habanos SA. It is a Cuban state-owned tobacco company.

  • Second one is produced…

Added by David Dadson on May 13, 2014 at 1:00am — No Comments

Acid Cigars: A Unique Brand

Thompson Cigars, one of the most popular cigar brands around the world introduced Acid Cigars in 1999. And alike acid, these cigars are strong and powerful, prompting cigar enthusiasts to have them over and over again. Their herbal, aromatic flavor has a distinct appeal and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit distinct requirements and palates of a cigar connoisseur. If you are wondering why these cigars are unique and often known as the ‘rebirth of cigars,’ then here is what you…


Added by David Dadson on April 29, 2014 at 5:14am — 1 Comment

Why Rocky Patel Cigar is The Best

Rocky Patel is a premium cigar manufacturer that produces fine cigars. The leaves used as wrappers are sourced from Honduras exclusively for their spicy texture and earthy after taste; while the blend is also no less than perfect. Indulge in an RP today to know more.

Rocky Patel Premium Cigar…


Added by David Dadson on February 18, 2014 at 7:56am — 1 Comment

Ways To Find The Best Cigars

The top 5 ways to select the right cigar is to decide upon a price range, explore the choices in the range, pick up a handful of mixed cigars, puff each one of them to discover the best stick and lastly source the favorite cigar from designated cigar dealers.…


Added by David Dadson on January 21, 2014 at 1:13am — No Comments

2013 nfl num2

wow alot drama for the nfl teams.cowboys fighting on sidelines.geez.drew breeze got his bell rung playing against the 49ninersif you could have met any of the team owners what cigar would offer him?lets discuss it

Added by MERRILL LANDRY on November 23, 2013 at 9:38pm — No Comments

New Product!!

New Product Arriving!!!

Altadis USA

  1. H Upmann 1844 Reserve Magnum Special Edition, 6x60, 10/Box, Item #16970
  2. Juan Lopez Seleccion No. 1, 5x54, 16/box, Item #16967
  3. Juan Lopez Seleccion No. 2, 6x54, 16/box, Item #16968
  4. Juan Lopez Seleccion No. 3, 6x60, 16/box, Item #16969
  5. Monte by Montecristo Conde (Pig Tail), 5x48, 16/box, Item #16971
  6. Monte by…

Added by Terri Beck on August 1, 2013 at 11:49am — No Comments

IPCPR 2013 – Room 101 Cigars with Matt Booth

Today's IPCPR video features our visit with none other than Room 101's own Matt Booth.  I still find it to be quite a contrast that Matt is in the Davidoff booth, but Davidoff has done a wonderful job diversifying their portfolio with the addition of the newly re-branded  Camacho,…


Added by Craig Vanderslice on July 28, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments


hello from south easttexas.what cigars do you like to smoke durring theNFL seson.ismoke mustly robustos and perfectos.what do you smoke when your favorite NFLteams play?lets discuss it

Added by MERRILL LANDRY on July 12, 2013 at 3:51pm — 1 Comment


thoseFDA fat cats are trying to get increased cigar tax.alot of the retailers are pissed.what is your take on the fda fat cars?lets discuss it

Added by MERRILL LANDRY on June 7, 2013 at 10:28pm — No Comments

1st Stone Island Herf

I'm hosting my 1st Herf on Stone Island, 25 May.  We'll provide beer on tap and a few munchies.  Bring your favorite cigar or two and feel free to BYOB if you desire.  The only taboo is no smoking in the house.  I wonder how many takers I'll have.

Added by Elesix on May 19, 2013 at 8:19pm — 9 Comments

A Cut Above: Choosing the Perfect Cigar Cutter

Luzzie Normand is a cigar enthusiast and freelance blogger. When she isn't blogging, Luzzie enjoys writing her own serial comic books and slinging ink at tattoo shops.

For most of my friends who I have turned on to smoking cigars, the first question they have for me is what sort of cigar they should get.  With literally thousands to choose from, this is a great question.  Without proper knowledge, picking out a cigar for the…


Added by Luzzie N on April 8, 2013 at 10:33am — 2 Comments

Time to Shine

Since Jimbob is getting out of the blogging biz, someone needs to take his virtually vaporous place. Enter The Hugh Jass Cigar Blog. Just peeking into my office humi I see cigars that need reviews:

Tabacos Ramones

Black Pearl Cameroon

AVO maduro

Reyes Vintage

And a zillion tasty delights resting at home. I might even drive a few hours to Canada to do some reviews of Cuban…


Added by Hugh Jass Comedian on March 13, 2013 at 1:24pm — No Comments

Starting out 2013 Roughly

My best friend's wake was last night, and while we all talked him up in every corner of the city from the time we heard he was sick, I had not done so here.

My friend and coworker Jerry was his own man. He attended Methodist seminary as a young man, but declined the collar, went on to be an Old Testament scholar, natural food co-op manager, ethics and religion professor, and humanities reporter for my public radio network. As if his professional interests weren't diverse enough, he…


Added by Jimbob, Derelict on February 10, 2013 at 9:52am — 4 Comments

big cigars and nfl super bowl

iwish ciocould go to super bowl thats where  alot of cigar vendors go to.ilike big cigars lol because its easy to enjoy the flavors of  a cigars. whats your take on big cigars? go ravens lol

Added by MERRILL LANDRY on February 1, 2013 at 6:32pm — No Comments


I was recently ambushed by a gar bomb in the mail which I greatly appreciated! and since this is where we started talking about cigars, I wanted to post it here.

They were all in the pipe 5by5, kill shots every one! I would say her accuracy rating was no less than 98%, great job Sandi. thanks again!

ps. from one pirate to another, I will return fire, and I use a different type of ordnance.…


Added by Tony Giovanni on January 28, 2013 at 3:35pm — No Comments

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