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Epicurean Carnavale

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I received this cigar from Steve at last years IPCPR and he was super excited about this blend. His past cigars have been nothing short of phenomenal and this follows that same path. This cigar is limited to 1,000 boxes of 20 for each size so 20,000 cigars each. The blend consists of tobaccos grown in the Jalapa Valley in Nicaragua.

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Nomad S-307

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Fred Rewey (@godfadr) is what I would consider to be a silent but deadly individual. I met him at this years IPCPR and he is a man of few words, but when he speaks, its awesome. This is the same with his cigars. They are simple and straight forward to the eye. But underneath they are complex and awesome blends. The S-307 is a cigar that does not disappoint. Teaming up with Tabacalera Fernandez to produce this cigar, which is the third overall blend and second done in Nicaragua. Rewey has really pushed his game to the next level and has become a star in the cigar industry and social media. The wrapper has a soft pepper scent with a floral hint that escapes. A Carmel brown wrapper with visible veins coats the the cigar. A great looking box press that has a classic Nomad band on it with his twitter handle @godfadr on it.

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Emilio Cigars Carpe Noctem

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I was able to meet with Gary at IPCPR2014 and he introduced me to his newest cigar, which was more than 2yrs in the making. Available in 3 sizes (Robusto, Toro, and 60) and produced in the A.J. Fernandez facilities. This wrapper is a deep dark brown broadleaf. The scent of sweet tobacco and espresso emanate from the wrapper. A double band on this cigar. Foot has “Emilio Cigars” and the other band has “Carpe Noctem” (Latin for “Seize the Night”) across a Celtic cross with a night landscape. The cold draw has a nice spicy cayenne kick mixed with cocoa.

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