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A ‘Handy’ Cigar Review – Leaf by Oscar Connecticut 6×60

Any talk about unique packaging hiding sub par products stops here with this awesome Connecticut stick. The Leaf by Oscar Connecticut 6×60 is a large barrel cigar ready to break the moulds around packaging and presentation. Not to mention – it’s a great smoke for both the big ring gauge crowd AND the Connecticut crews.

As a Honduran puro, at this size ‘More is More’. A pleasant hay note lives throughout the stick within the slightly sweet notes of natural tobacco. As constant multitasker, I appreciate the flexibility the well constructed stick offers between inconsistently timed puffs. If you want an hour plus of mild to medium strength Connecticut honduran goodness in your weekday, you’ve gotta pick up your own box of The Leaf by Oscar today!

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Mid-Week Cigar Review – Gurkha TAA Exclusive Toro Box Press

One of the best aspects of this job is the ability to smoke at work. To smooth out hump day, I went for this special stick, the Gurkha TAA Toro Box Press from the humidor. Only 1000 boxes of this line were made, and made only available to TAA retailers like ourselves!!

Utilizing an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper and binder, as well as filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and Peru, Gurkha’s first foray into the TAA is an extension of the Heritage line – and thus, sure to be a killer smoke ! To guarantee yourself a series of smooth Wednesdays like mine, I recommend you grab yourself a box of these sticks – before they are all gone!

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Smoking in Weekend Summer Style Cigar Review – Ashton Maduro By: Mike

The weekend is arriving and I’m preparing in style! This afternoon I am formally welcoming the beginning of Fall temperatures with a maduro cigar I’ve held back in my humi – the simple and delicious Ashton Maduro!

I made sure to photograph the stick before stepping out and enjoying it without worry (I try not to mix intensive cigar reviews for the blog with a good smoke). One of my favorite elements of this stick is its reliability that is reflected in the construction, the tobacco leaves, and smoke out put as well as the tasting notes on the palate.

I wasn’t overwhelmed by nicotine and I wasn’t distracted by any construction issues nor any off putting notes that can sometimes come from “green” or young cigars. Aging it was the right choice, but I know I could smoke these right out of the shop! Cheers to you smoking an Ashton Maduro cigar this weekend as well. And if you don’t have any aging yet, pick up a box or two and start today!