Archive for December, 2012
Every year I, like others, like to make a list of my favorite cigars of the year. Well, the year is winding down fairly fast, so its time for me to do my list for 2012. I have smoked a good number of cigars this year. Many of them are the new releases and some […]
It is that time of the year where everyone is working on and letting know what their 2012 Cigars of the year list is. I have got my list on the drawing board, but have already came up with my 2012 Cigar of the year. I have to do a few final decisions on which […]
Little is known about the Herederos De Robaina line of cigars. They are though made by Amercian Caribbean Tobacco in Esteli, Nicaragua. They were recently added to the growing portfolio of cigars that Emilio Cigars distributes. They will be available in four sizes (robusto, toro, torpedo & churchill) in 10 and 20 count boxes. They […]
We are pleased to announce that La Musa Melete by Emilio Cigars has arrived at our warehouse and will begin shipping later this week. This cigar has already been favorably reviewed in pre-release, and will now be available to consumers through our retailers. It is available in 25 count cabinet style boxes. These are available […]
Steven Ysidron, President of Epicurean Cigars, and Gary Griffith, owner of Emilio Cigars announced today that they have entered into a joint distribution agreement. . Under the terms of the agreement Epicurean Cigars will now be shipped from the Emilio Cigars facility in Vineland, NJ and added to the portfolio of products of the Emilio […]
Dona Flor Cigars has been around for 35 years, but the roots of the company go back to the 1930s when Alonso Menendez perfected the art of cigar making in Cuba. The Dona Flor brand was released to American soil in 2005. But turmoil between the Florida distributor and Dona Flor has kept the cigars away […]
I’ve been smoking cigars for over a decade, but more enjoying them for about 5 or so years. I’ve had some great cigars and some bad. But over the years, I’ve realized a few things I thought I would share with you all. Some are basic things and a few are a little more in-depth.