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Cigar Cafe Podcast

TheCigarCafe.com present the cigar cafe podcast starting Harris Saunders and Sean Kavanaugh

Starting out the day with a cigar is always good. The Alec Bradley Black Market Punk is medium-bodied, which is what we’ve come to expect from Alec Bradley. It’s got Panamanian filler with Nicaraguan falafel wrapper. It’s inexpensive at less...
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Cigar smoking time is always a good break from the normal stuff. The Sir Don which was made in the 80s is earthy and nutty and has a sweetness on the smoke. The Java Red from Rocky Patel is box-pressed...
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Everyone who loves cigars seems to be loving the Davidoff Winston Churchill This Late Hour. It has been blowing people away since the Nicaragua and is the best new release by the company. Sean Kavanaugh describes it as fantastic $20...
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The cigar world’s crisis of prices creeping up slowly didn’t spare top company Davidoff Cigars. Representative Garrett Calhoun introduces the new release, the Winston Churchill Late Hour, that brings out the opposing flavors of the cigar through its sweetness with...
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Lance and Harris talk about their thoughts on IPCPR 2017, the change of venue from the the Sands Expo Center at the Venetian to the Las Vegas Convention Center attached to the Westgate Hotel, and the good and bad of...
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We are talking about the IPCPR new releases and events we plan to attend, Cigar News, Poke Stops and much more today. Sunday – Rooftop party in Old Vegas (Fremont Street) at Binion’s hosted by Garrett Calhoun and a select...
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Today, Ernesto gives credit to his father for teaching him most of what he knows about cigars. As young as 4 years old, he would spend countless hours with his father in the tobacco fields in Cuba’s prime growing region,...
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Aside from having cigars that’s great with Bourbon and Scotch in the evening, Gurkha cellar reserve cigars have a unique consistency that is great in the morning with a cup of coffee. Gurkha has been working hard on its Brick...
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The recent passing of Fidel Castro has the media reiterating what the cigar community has been saying about lifting the embargo for Cubans. Only Congress has the power to make the repeal so changes can happen along with the legislation....
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The Leaf Connecticut and the Corojo by Oscar are great cigars as they burn well, but it just doesn’t hit the target for some. Even with its promise of a full body release, the Romeo 505 Nicaragua is not quite...
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