August 30, 2015

Viva Republica Advanced Warfare Corona (5 1/4 x 43)




Video review HERE.


Advanced Warfare is the follow-up to the existing Guerrilla Warfare line. These debuted at this year's IPCPR.

Advanced Warfare is described as a more potent and fuller-bodied smoke than the original Guerrilla Warfare.

The packaging will be similar as Guerrilla Warfare as Advanced Warfare will also be in 50 count boxes. The banding will be similar, but it will use a bright yellow and black scheme instead of a green and black scheme.

Viva Republica is distributed by Miami Cigar and Company. Production occurs at the La Aurora factory in the Dominican Republic.

Blend: 
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf
Filler: Dominican, Nicaraguan, Pennsylvania
Country of Origin: Dominican Republic (La Aurora SA)

Vitolas Available:
Petit Corona: 4 x 41
Corona: 5 1/4 x 43 (REVIEWED TODAY)


The cigar is well made and for a small ring cigar it has a nice feel in the hand. Here is a shot of the foot:




The test draw after cutting the cap was a bit firm but workable. After a few light squeezes around the cap the draw was perfect. The initial flavors were a very sweet orange citrus combining with boysenberry and white chocolate. There is also a lot of black coffee and a ton of black pepper which I rate at an 8.5. This is the definition of a good start, in my opinion.


About 3/4 inch in the boysenberry notes are no longer in play but the sweet citrus and white chocolate are still very much in play and now there are buttery notes to go along with them. The black coffee is still a nice base and the black pepper is still very good. The finish is a sweet cream with a lot of lingering black pepper. The cigar is full bodied right away. You can feel the ligero even at this early point. 



At 1 1/2 inches in the ash is still intact although a bit curved. The flavors are about like they were in the last segment but now the sweet citrus has another flavor mixed in; a cherry flavor. The butter is still there to combine with them, as well as the butter. The pepper may be slightly lower than it was at the start but it's still quite intense. The finish has some influence of the cherry notes on the sweet cream and lingering black pepper. The cigar is burning nice and slowly, especially for a small ring cigar.



With about 2 1/2 inches remaining the burn is fantastic. For a small ring cigar the time at this point is amazing. I got a lot more sweetness and this time it's coming from brown sugar. The white chocolate has morphed into brown sugar. The sweet orange citrus and cherry is still nice. It almost tastes like sweet cedar and cherry at this point. They still have the buttery notes. There are still lots of coffee notes at the base and the black pepper is still very good. The finish is about the same except there are now buttery notes on the finish also.



Look at the time you get out of a 5 1/4 x 43 cigar! Amazing. In a word the Viva Republica Advanced Warfare Corona is fantastic. I can say nothing bad about it. The fact that it's a small ring and had an hour and 22 minute burn is mind boggling. Remember, at the beginning I told you that this small ring cigar had a dense feel. That obviously translated into a long burn. This cigar had about everything that I want in a cigar; nice sweet, rich flavors, power, great finish, great pepper. Seek these out and try them. You will not be disappointed. Great, great cigar. Loved it. You can buy Advanced Warfare HERE.


Score: 95

August 29, 2015

PRE-RELEASE REVIEW: Dunhill Signed Range Seleccion Suprema (6 x 50)





Video review HERE.


(portions of cigar info below taken from Cigar Coop website)

This is the first review of the new cigars from General Cigar.

With this edition Dunhill Cigars is commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Don Candido line – the first line exclusively made for Dunhill. The cigar was showcased at the 2015 IPCPR Trade Show.

In a press release, Steven Kron, regional account manager of Dunhill Cigars said, “Don Candido was the first cigar ever manufactured solely for Dunhill, thus beginning the brand’s legacy of exclusivity. It is with great pride that we debut Selección Suprema, a cigar that honors Dunhill Cigars’ commitment to bringing the very finest handmade cigars to connoisseurs throughout the world.”

The Dunhill Signed Range Selección Suprema is a limited production cigar described as the brand’s most exclusive to date. It features a blend consisting of a Jalapa Shade wrapper, Connecticut Broadleaf binder, and fillers from Jalapa, Esteli, and Brazilian Mata Fina.  The cigar is being made in one size – a 6 x 50 Toro packaged in 8 count boxes.  Each cigar will have a suggested retail price of $20.00.

The Dunhill Signed Range Selección Suprema is expected to arrive in stores this October, 2015.


Blend Profile
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Jalapa Shade
Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf
Filler: Nicaraguan (Jalapa, Esteli), Brazilian Mata Fina
Country of Origin: Not Disclosed

Vitolas Available
The Dunhill Signed Range Selección Suprema is available in one size – a 6 x 50 Toro.


The cigar is very well made and is a dark brown in color. It is quite dense and has a weighty feel in the  hand.



The test draw after cutting the cap was perfect; just a touch of firmness. The initial flavors were sweet boysenberry, leather, black coffee, and a touch of earth with black pepper at a 7.5. 


About 3/4 inch in the flavors are now a sweet cedar, white chocolate, and brown sugar. The leather is subtle and smooth. The coffee is still the base. The finish is a cream and white chocolate combination with some lingering black pepper. The cigar is burning perfectly. The cigar is medium to full bodied in flavor; not power, but I feel sure the power is coming.



Around the midpoint the white chocolate and brown sugar are very prominent. The sweet cedar is still there but subdued, along with the leather. The coffee remains a nice base. The cigar is very sweet at this point. The cigar is still medium to full bodied but it is moving upward.



The cigar ended full bodied. The brown sugar and white chocolate are the stars of this cigar. The leather is very manageable and nice. The sweet cedar remained somewhat subdued but very nice. The coffee made a nice base and gave the cigar added depth. The pepper remained very good throughout. The finish was unchanged. I enjoyed this cigar quite a bit. At $20 apiece it would fall in the celebratory cigar category for me but it is a must try. Very good cigar. Remember, these will be available in October of this year so look for them anywhere that carries Dunhill Cigars.


Score: 93

August 08, 2015

Romeo by Romeo y Julieta Aging Room Small Batch F25 Capriccio (6 x 54)





Video review HERE.


The Romeo by Romeo y Julieta Aging Room Small Batch F25 is a collaboration between Altadis USA and Boutique Blends Cigars. The cigar is produced at Boutique Blends’ manufacturing partner Tabacalera Palma. The Romeo by Romeo y Julieta Aging Room Small Batch F25 is a Dominican puro and features tobaccos from the Cibao Valley. The tobaccos come from two farms in that valley – La Canela and Jacagua.  The F25 designation on the band refers to “Friday, the 25th day of the year” as for when the blend was created .

Wrapper: Havano Dominicano
Binder: Havano Dominicano
Filler: Havano Dominicano
Country of Origin: Dominican Republic (Tabacalera Palma)

The Romeo by Romeo y Julieta Aging Room Small Batch F25 will have three sizes. They will be packaged in boxes of 20 and sold between $10..00 – $12.00 range.  Production is being capped at 250,000 cigars total.

Copla: 5 x 48
Cantoar: 6 x 52 (Belicoso)
Capriccio: 6 x 54 (REVIEWED TODAY)


The cigar is a dark brown and very well made with an oily wrapper. It feels dense in the hand.




The test draw after cutting the cap was very good. The initial flavors were sweet marshmallow, cinnamon, leather, touch of earthiness, and black pepper rated at an 8. The cigar is medium bodied at the outset. The finish is one of a toasted cream with a touch of leather and some nice lingering black pepper.


About 1 inch or so in the flavors are about like they were when we began. There is now a touch of richness in the form of butter. The cigar is medium to full bodied. The cigar is indeed burning rather slowly. The finish is about the same.



At the band the flavors have not changed much, if any. The cigar is rather consistent. Still medium to full bodied.



With 2 inches remaining the cigar is still close to unchanged. The leather notes are more prominent now. The cinnamon is decreased, as well as the earthiness. It remains medium to full bodied.



The cigar ended pretty much unchanged. However, the cinnamon notes came back more prominent at the end. This has been a good cigar but not at the level of the M356 from Aging Room that I reviewed a couple years ago.


Score: 91

August 07, 2015

Famous Smoke Shop Introduces Two Exclusive Cigars from J. Fuego, VUDU Black and Sacrifice

Famous Smoke Shop is a leading online distributor of discounted premium cigars. The company specializes in offering the web’s widest selection of cigars at the lowest prices. Famous has just released two new cigar lines under the production and blending expertise of Jesus Fuego Cigar Company. Jesus Fuego is responsible for some of the world’s highest rated cigars, and continues to expand using the same passion for cigars that has earned him the rank of Master Blender. The new releases are the highly anticipated VUDU Black and VUDU Sacrifice, and these two blends are exclusively available at Famous Smoke Shop. The first shipment has just arrived at the company’s warehouse and is currently available for sale on their website.

These new exclusive VUDU lines are the first two releases of five lines in this extensive brand of complex and flavorful cigars. The VUDU Black’s blend is designed to provide a full bodied smoking experience, while the Sacrifice is a medium bodied smoke. Both of these cigars are designed for those who enjoy rich and flavorful cigars.

VUDU Black is rolled in Nicaragua and utilizes a blend consisting of a complex mixture of potent Nicaraguan fillers and binder, all wrapped in a dark oily Pennsylvania Sun Grown wrapper. The result is a full strength cigar with complex flavors. Cigar smokers should expect a blend that has a powerful hit of rich tobacco flavors, spice, and a natural smoky sweetness that pours off the cigar for an all-around well-balanced smoke.










VUDU Sacrifice utilizes a blend consisting of a complex mixture of Honduran and Nicaraguan core tobaccos, all wrapped in Jesus Fuego’s trademark Corojo wrapper; the same wrapper he’s used in some of his highest rated cigars. The result is a medium strength cigar with full bodied flavors. Cigar Smokers should expect a tantalizing mix of rich tobacco flavors, along with a pronounced medium bodied sweetness to balance the cigar to a perfect mix of strength and taste.








When asked about the VUDU Black, “What an innovative cigar!” exclaimed Famous Smoke Shop outreach specialist and cigar enthusiast Cory Grover. “I’ve smoked my fair share of cigars from premium to not so premium, and hands down this is among the list of premiums. I will smoke this cigar again and again. Being a fan of strong cigars, this gives me everything I look for. It’s got a little spice, followed by a natural sweetness, and the rich ligero seems to be smoothed out by the oily and lush Pennsylvania Sun Grown wrapper. The wrapper is really what brings it all together. I truly feel that if it wasn’t a Sun Grown wrapper, the balance may not have been there. But that just goes to show Jesus Fuego is a cigar guru.”

“I’ve been waiting for the VUDU to come out for some time now, so this is like Christmas morning for me” said Cigar Advisor copywriter and Famous Smoke Shop cigar reviewer Jonathan Detore. “What Jesus Fuego does in the cigar industry is pure magic. I guess you can say it’s a bit of VUDU magic. But all joking aside, this is a great cigar through and through. The subtle hints of sweetness swirling with some richer notes does nothing but captivate the taste buds. It holds your attention throughout the smoke, as the smoke and aroma completes the experience by hitting the vital sense of smell. Not only that, but the packaging is awesome. I’ve seen some cigar jars in the past, but this humidification jar with a Boveda Pack included is a work of art. I always knew we had a great design team, but the person who created the artwork for this is truly remarkable. What more do you need than a great cigar and some great collectable and reusable cigar art?”

Both the VUDU Black and Sacrifice cigars are available in innovative humidification jars with a Boveda pack to keep them humidified and are offered in four sizes – a 5 1/2 x 52 Cuban Corona, a 4 3/4 x 50 Robusto, a 5 3/4 x 50 Toro, and a 6 3/4 x 50 Churchill. The names of the sizes are the No. 13, No. 3, No. 7, and No. 9 respectively, and will all be shipped in their well-sealed, heavily decorated humidification jar for guaranteed freshness. With Famous’ everyday discount pricing, customers can enjoy this new offering with individual retail prices starting at $2.69 to $3.63 per cigar respectively. People interested in learning more about VUDU cigars or Famous Smoke Shop should visit Famous-Smoke.com or call 800-564-2486.

August 03, 2015

“Famous Smoke Shop Introduces Two Exclusive Cigars from Joya de Nicaruagua, Cunning and Merciless”



Easton, PA -- Famous Smoke Shop is a leading online distributor of discounted premium cigars. The company specializes in offering the web’s widest selection of cigars at the lowest prices. Famous has just released two new cigar lines under the Joya de Nicaragua brand by Drew Estate Cigars. These new releases are the highly anticipated Cunning and Merciless Cigars, and they are exclusively available at Famous Smoke Shop. The first shipment is expected to arrive to the company’s warehouse mid-August preordering is currently available on their website. The company has expressed that both these new brand will be available in limited quantities, but is not a one-time release and will be a consistent offering for the foreseeable future.

Both of these cigars will be the first releases within their respective lines.



Cunning will have a new blend designed to provide sophisticated and complex flavors to satisfy every cigar smoker’s taste buds. This blend will be made in small batches and production on the brand will be limited. Merciless is expected to come out on the same day as the milder Cunning cigar in order to offer more veteran smokers the opportunity to enjoy a blend with a little more strength.

Cunning cigars utilize a blend consisting of a complex mixture of Nicaraguan filler tobaccos and binder, and a silky smooth yet incredibly flavorful Ecuadorian Shade Grown Connecticut wrapper leaf.




The Merciless cigar utilizes a blend consisting of complex Nicaraguan fillers, a smooth Dominican binder, and a lush and flavorful Ecuadorian Habano wrapper tobaccos which has been a proven wrapper offering cigar smokers have sought for years. The result of both is simply unfounded anywhere in the cigar industry, and has already gained immense popularity among those who were given the rare opportunity to try the pre-release of both cigars.







“This cigar offers what I consider to be the best of both worlds,” Famous Smoke Shop editor and cigar reviewer John Pullo remarks on the Cunning. “The immense flavor that pours off this cigar is unbelievable, and the wrapper is perhaps one of the biggest players in this blend. When mixed in with an all Nicaraguan core, and you have the perfect recipe for a relaxing yet not overpowering smoke. So in essence, what you have is a cigar that borrows the smoothness of a Connecticut wrapper grown in the fertile soils of Ecuador for beefed up flavor, along with a complexity courtesy of Nicaragua which grows tobaccos similar to that found in Cuba for an overall and undeniable flavor bomb. It certainly gets two thumbs up.”

Cunning and Merciless cigars are available in three sizes – a 7 x 50 Churchill, a 6 x 60 Magnum, a 6 x 50 Toro, and a 5 x 50 Robusto. With Famous’ full box discount pricing, customers can enjoy these new offerings with individual retail prices ranging from $3.46 to $4.62 per cigar for the Cunning, and $3.22 to $5.02 for the Merciless. People interested in learning more about Cunning and Merciless cigars, or Famous Smoke Shop should visit Famous-Smoke.com or call 800-564-2486.

August 01, 2015

Montecristo White Vintage Connecticut Double Corona (6 1/4 x 50)






Video review HERE.


The Montecristo White Vintage Connecticut uses a 2008 Connecticut shade wrapper grown on Altadis’ farms in the Connecticut River Valley.

Under the wrapper is a Nicaraguan binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Peru. The cigars are being made at Tabacalera de García in the Dominican Republic and are available in three sizes, the 5 1/2 x 44 No. 3, 6 1/4 x 50 Double Corona and one belicoso, the 6 x 50 No. 2. Pricing are between $10.50 and $14.50 per cigar.

Wrapper:        Vintage 2008 Connecticut Shade
                        (Grown in U.S.A. in Montecristo Company Farms,
                        Exclusive to Altadis USA)
Binder:            Nicaraguan
Filler:               Dominican, Nicaraguan & Peruvian


Available in 3 sizes:
No.3                          44 X 5 1/2"
Double Corona         50 X 6 1/4" (REVIEWED TODAY)
No.2 (Belicoso)        50 X 6"


The cigar is a golden brown. It has 3 distinctive bands. The cigar has an average feel in the hand.




The test draw after cutting the cap was very good. The initial flavors were boysenberry and white chocolate, dry roasted nuts, and white pepper rated at a 7 1/2. I expect the cigar to change.


1 1/2 inches in the boysenberry and white chocolate notes are much sweeter. There are also notes of dry hay. There is now black pepper to go along with the white pepper. There is some buttery notes on the front end. The dry roasted nuts are becoming subtle. There is a base of mild black coffee. The cigar is medium bodied at this point. The finish is a sweet cream with some white chocolate and there is a little lingering white pepper.



As I approached the midpoint there are now sweet tangerine notes. The boysenberry notes have changed over. There is also white chocolate to go along with the tangerine. The other flavors are still there but subtle; dry hay and roasted nuts. The buttery notes are somewhat toned down by the elevated sweetness in the tangerine.



Approaching the final third the flavors are getting more in balance. You can pick out all the flavors but nothing overshadows the others. The finish is very nice as it now has some buttery notes. The cigar is a low grade medium to full bodied. There is a definite mix of black and white pepper leaning toward more of a black pepper flavor. 



The Montecristo White Vintage Connecticut Double Corona ended with elevated black pepper. It continued to ramp up as the cigar burned. The boysenberry notes came back with a lot of sweetness. The tangerine flavor went away. There were light buttery notes and roasted nuts with light coffee. The cigar remained medium to full bodied. The black pepper was also elevated on the finish. There were nice flavor changes in this cigar. The finish was pretty much unchanged. Look for these on shelves now. Very good cigar.


Score: 92

July 21, 2015

Famous Smoke Shop Announces the Release of their Newest Exclusive Cigar Immortal



Easton, PA -- Famous Smoke Shop is a leading online distributor of discounted premium cigars. The company specializes in offering the web’s widest selection of cigars at the lowest prices. Famous has just released a new cigar line in collaboration with the esteemed Plasencia cigar company. Plasencia was formed under the watchful eye of Nestor Plasencia who is regarded as one of the world’s leading experts on tobacco and blending cigars.

The new release is the highly anticipated Immortal Cigar, and they will be exclusively available at Famous Smoke Shop. The first shipment is on the way to the company’s warehouse and is currently available for pre-sale on their website. The company has expressed that the new brand will be available in limited quantities, but is not a one-time release and will be a consistent offering for the foreseeable future. The Immortal Cigar is the first release under the new brand’s umbrella, with a new blend designed to provide sophisticated and complex flavors to satisfy every cigar smoker’s taste buds. This blend will be made in small batches and production on the brand will be limited.

Immortal cigars utilize a heavy hitting blend consisting of a complex mixture of all Nicaraguan tobaccos, from its mix of longfiller tobaccos, binder, and habano wrapper. But perhaps the real story lays in its utilization of all Ligero tobaccos in its core. The result of this blend is a full strength cigar with complex flavors, with a rich and slightly spicy flavor to round out a customer’s smoke. Already hailed as a home run under the Immortal name, it seems as if this cigar will soon take the industry by storm.

“Wow, is this ever a flavor bomb,” exclaimed Famous Smoke Shop editor and cigar reviewer Tommy Zarzecki. “I mean, I’ve smoked strong cigars in the past, but this one is close to taking the cake. The utilization of all ligero tobaccos is something that is rarely done in this industry because it’s typically so heavy. But the blender was able to find tobaccos from all over Nicaragua, more specifically the three main regions of Esteli, and the Condega and Jalapa Valleys, and combined them in a way where you get a strong cigar while allowing a true tobacco flavor shine through. It’s complex, it’s flavorful, and it’s strong. In my book, that’s the perfect recipe for a cigar that offers pure relaxation after a full meal or at the end of the day to help unwind.” Immortal cigars are available in four sizes – a 7 x 50 Churchill, a 6 x 60 Magnum, a 6 x 52 Toro, and a 5 x 54 Robusto. With Famous’ full box discount pricing, customers can enjoy this new offering with individual retail prices which range from $2.60 to $3.12 per cigar. People interested in learning more about Immortal cigars or Famous Smoke Shop should visit Famous-Smoke.com or call 800-564-2486.

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July 18, 2015

A. J. Fernandez New World Connecticut Toro (6 x 52)





Video review HERE.


The unique blend of the New World Connecticut was created after the overwhelmingly positive response from the public and critics alike, when New World was unveiled at the 2014 IPCPR.

A.J. Fernandez said: “The New World cigar was a very special project as it was the first cigar that was created with the help of my father Ismael Fernandez since he joined me at A.J. Fernandez Cigars. I am more than thrilled that the public reception has been so positive, that it has once again allowed us, as father and son to create the New World Connecticut.”

Unlike the original New World, the Connecticut is not box pressed.


Wrapper: Connecticut Shade U.S.A.

Binder: San Andres Mexico

Filler: Nicaragua, Brazil


New World Connecticut will be available in a beautifully adorned 20 count box and in four sizes:

CORONA GORDA 5 ½ X 46

ROBUSTO 5 x 50

TORO 6 x 52 (REVIEWED TODAY)

BELICOSO: 6 x 54



The cigar is nice looking with no  major veins. It has a nice feel in the hand. Here is a shot of the foot:





This is the second cigar I had for this review. A few days ago I smoked one and without knowing it I must have smoked it too quickly. The flavors quickly went into an almost vegetable-like flavor. I decided I would smoke the review cigar much slower in hopes the flavors would come out. Plus, I incorporated my "eat and apple" trick to cleanse my palate.

The test draw after cutting the cap was perfect. The initial flavors were a high pitched tangerine flavor with some boysenberry notes, dry wood, and roasted almonds. There were a lot of lighter flavors to begin with.


About 1 1/2 inch in there are now some cream notes and a light black coffee at the base. The sweetness of the tangerine has increased. The cigar is mild to medium bodied. The finish is one of citrus and toasted cream. The pepper is a black pepper rated at a 7 1/2.



Just past the midpoint there are some dry cocoa notes mixed in with the citrus. There are still some roasted almonds and light cream. The boysenberry notes are gone. The cigar is medium bodied at this point.









The cigar ended an elevation of the roasted almonds. The tangerine flavor seemed to morph over to an almost cedar flavor. The light dry cocoa and coffee remained. The cigar moved up in strength, which surprised me. It reached medium to full bodied. The finish was unchanged. I was surprised at only 1 hour out of a toro sized cigar. This cigar cannot be compared to the original New World as this is a completely different animal. This was an enjoyable cigar. Perhaps a little lighter than I'm use to but good nonetheless.


Score: 90

July 15, 2015

Drew Estate Debuts New Nica Rustica “Belly” & Short Robusto Vitola



Miami, FL – Drew Estate announced today that they would be introducing their new Nica Rustica “Belly” and Nica Rustica Short Robusto sizes in stores nationwide starting in August 2015. The new cigars will be displayed in Drew Estate’s booth (Booth #15407) at the 2015 IPCPR Tradeshow in New Orleans, LA.

The new sizes include the 7 ½ x 54 belicoso-shaped “Belly” (MSRP $7.95) as well as the 4 ½ x 50 Short Robusto (MSRP $5.95). The new sizes will be available in 25-ct black craft paper bundles similar to the current Nica Rustica “El Brujito” offering. They will ship in the same fashion as the current Nica Rustica lines, in bundles as a refill to the dress boxes and new display trays, which will only be available for retail use.

In addition to the new sizes, Drew Estate will be offering a new 75-count Display Tray, which will hold one bundle of each size of the Nica Rustica line. This display tray will be available exclusively to stores that carry all three vitolas of Nica Rustica.

Jonathan Drew, from Managua, Nicaragua stated, "Nica Rustica is a tribute to Estelí's hard working cigar culture. Behind all the glitz and glam, there are thousands of factory Buncheros and Rolleros who keep their game strong and consistent to maintain Estelí, Nicaragua's respected stature of ‘Mecca of Cigars’.”

The Nica Rustica blend features a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, Mexican San Andres binder and Nicaraguan fillers from the Jalapa and Estelí growing regions. The strength is medium-full and flavor notes include creamy cocoa and earth with light pepper notes on the finish. Fans of Liga Privada, Undercrown, and MUWAT are sure to enjoy this blend.

To learn more about the new Nica Rustica products and all of Drew Estate’s IPCPR releases, visit http://drewestate.com/ipcpr.





About Drew Estate  Founded in New York City in 1996, Drew Estate has become one of the fastest growing tobacco companies in the world. Under their mantra “The Rebirth of Cigars”TM, Drew Estate has led the “Boutique Cigar” movement by innovating new elements to the tobacco industry with their unique tobaccos and blending styles that have attracted new and traditional cigar enthusiasts. In their Gran Fabrica Drew Estate, the Nicaraguan headquarters, Drew Estate produces a variety of brands such as ACID, Herrera Estelí, Herrera Estelí Norteño, Kentucky Fired Cured, Liga Privada, MUWAT, Natural by Drew Estate, Nica Rustica, Nirvana, Pappy Van Winkle Barrel Fermented Cigars, Tabak Especial, Undercrown, and Java by Drew Estate.