Weekly Roundup 11: Pronunciation Problems

October 3, 2016

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Monday: Romeo by Romeo
With its Dark Ecuadorian wrapper, sweet Olor binder and perfect blend of aged fillers, the Romeo by Romeo is a great smoke. Be on the lookout for this cigar and Nick says “Get your hands on one when you find it”

Tuesday: Las Calaveras 2015
This cigar features a beautiful Habano Rosado rapper and choice Nicaraguan fillers. This baby starts out a bit creamy and sweet but quickly a hint of red pepper comes in for a flavor blast. All in all on a strength scale of 1 to 10 we would say its about a 3.

Wednesday: Psycho 7 – https://www.jrcigars.com/brand/psyko-…
Medium bodied and absolutely full of flavor the Psycho Seven was really a treat. This exquisite smoke features 7 tobaccos from 6 different countries! Talk about a complex cigar! Click the link, buy it, smoke, love it.

Thursday: Padron 1964 Anniversary – https://www.jrcigars.com/brand/padron…
The Padron family is one of the most well-known and respected in the industry. Their cigars exude excellence, class and pride of workmanship. The 1964 is, without a doubt, one of the best full bodied cigars on the market. Do yourself a favor and pick some of these babies up.

Friday: Tatuaje Skinny Monsters “The Mummy” – https://www.jrcigars.com/brand/tatuaj…
The Skinny Monster box that Nick receives isn’t lasting too long. He’s been smoking one a week out of this awesome box and they just get more and more awesome. Each cigar is unique and you’ll just have to “unwrap” the great flavors of this 10 pack yourself.

Saturday: Liga Privada T-52 – https://www.jrcigars.com/brand/drew-e…
Could this be the perfect cigar? Everyone in their right mind knows Drew Estate and the Liga Privada lineup of smokes. The T-52 hit the market and immediately gained speed amongst seasoned cigar smokes. This full bodied smoke is one for the record books.

Sunday: Fuente God of Fire Don Carlos – https://www.jrcigars.com/brand/arturo…
This once a year release is s sought after we’re not sure they will still be here when you click the link to buy. Wrapped in a gorgeous Ecuador Habano wrapper and filled with select Dominican tobaccos, the Don Carlos God of Fire hits the spot perfectly. Subtle notes of pepper and sweet spice make this so difficult to put down.

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