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Cigar Review: My Father The Judge Toro

All Rise! Here comes The Judge. Originally released in two sizes; a 5 x 50 Robusto and a 6 x 56 Toro the cigar was almost rushed due to the potentially pending FDA regulations. A year later the company would add the 6 x 52 Toro Fino, and in the spring of 2020 they would add two more sizes, a 5 5/8 x 46 Corona Gorda as well as a limited production 5.25 x 52 […]

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La Union Para Tatuaje
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Cigar Review: La Union for Tatuaje Black Box

According to the La Union press release, “To commemorate the 20th anniversary of their working relationship, both My Father Cigars and Tatuaje have created a limited-edition project named La Union. “La Union” (The Union), a trademark owned by My Father Cigars, consists of two different exquisitely crafted boxes, one in black and the other in red. The logo for “La Union” features an artistic rendering of Pete shaking Jaime’s hand with Pepin blessing the union which represents the bond and […]

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La Union For My Father
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Cigar Review: La Union For My Father Black Box

According to a press release, “To commemorate the 20th anniversary of their working relationship, both My Father Cigars and Tatuaje have created a limited-edition project named La Union. “La Union” (The Union), a trademark owned by My Father Cigars, consists of two different exquisitely crafted boxes, one in black and the other in red. The logo for “La Union” features an artistic rendering of Pete shaking Jaime’s hand with Pepin blessing the union which represents the bond and commitment […]

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My Father Le Bijou
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Cigar Review: My Father Le Bijou Grand Robusto

Le Bijou (The Jewel) from My Father is an ode to Don Pepin Garcia’s father who was born in 1922. It was also my first introduction to Pelo de Oro tobacco which if you know me from previous podcasts and websites is my favorite tobacco. The history of My Father Cigars is an interesting one. They first began as El Rey de Los Habanos when Don Pepin Garcia left Cuba in 2001 when he would […]

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Cigar Review: Tatuaje 20th Anniversary Grande Merveille

The Tatuaje 20th Anniversary celebrates an iconic milestone. It’s hard to believe that Tatuaje has been in business since 2003. I remember sitting in a cigar store in New York City  and friends of mine making fun of the name and how in 5 years no one will have ever heard of Tatuaje. The difference was they were old school cigar smokers brought up on legacy brands like Romeo & Juliet, Montecristo, Etc. I was […]

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Cigar Review: Nestor Miranda Special Selection Toro

Nestor Miranda Special Selection was originally introduced in 2006 by Miami Cigar & Company. In 2014, the brand would be discontinued as Miami Cigar & Company decided to rebrand to the Nestor Miranda Collection. That new branding was met with mix results leading the company to bring back the Special Selection in 2019 as part of their 30th Anniversary. Cigar Review: Nestor Miranda Special Selection Size: Toro (5.5 x 54) Wrapper: Nicaragua Habano Binder: Nicaragua Criollo ’98 Filler: Nicaragua (Condega, […]

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