G.A.R. is a medium to full-bodied, full-flavored treat from George Rico that captures the bold nuances of his earlier creations.

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Looking for an inexpensive, strong cigar? Try the El Rico Habano, from the makers of La Gloria Cubana. Available in our store now.

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Aged tobaccos are complete with balanced notes of earth and leather, spicy and herbal undertones and a luxurious aroma. The Vegas Cubanas.

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Macanudo Monday is here! Buy 2, get 3rd free.

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Consider Vegas Cubanas. The secret? A vintage mix of Cuban-seed Corojo cultivated from the dark, fertile soils of Nicaragua back in 1999.

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Jose ‘Don Pepin’ Garcia is the man behind so many sought after blends, among which his original creations exemplify what Pepin is all about.

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Partagas Friday today! Buy 2, get 3rd free. Come on down, boys. Flat screen TV, smoking lounge, free wi-fi, coffee… it’s time for a smoke.

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The VSG is made at Chateau de la Fuente in the Dominican Republic utilizing the high quality control standards that Ashton is known for.

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Long fillers wrapped in a flavorful Connecticut-seed Ecuadorian shade grown wrapper, the Montecristo White is for the more developed palate.

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Torano 1959

The Torano Exodus 1959 is a torpedo-shaped cigar that’s been getting a lot of buzz lately in the shop.

This cigar is named in honor of the exodus from Cuba in 1959 by major cigar families and manufacturers in lieu of the US embargo and Castro’s growing power.

The chocolate-colored wrapper is dark and oily in the Habana tradition. This coloring belies the flavor of the Torano 1959- notably chocolaty with a bit of coffee mixed in there, and ranging from that dry, dark chocolate flavor to the sweetness of a true milk chocolate.

Part of the complexity behind this smoke is the contribution of five different countries found in the filler: Dominican, Honduran, Mexican, Nicaraguan and Costa Rican flavors mingle and compliment one another.

Overall a quality smoke with great detail. The last notable characteristic of the Torano? Loose ash- so don’t go to this cigar to win our longest ash contest!

Published in: Uncategorized on August 25, 2010 at 4:39 pm  Leave a Comment