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H. Upmann The Banker Ingot Rosé Cigar

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Greetings, bottle poppers. A cigar fit for Rick Ross. Or any other epicurean. The H. Upmann Banker Ingot Rosé is a 5k box production and uses a Cameroon wrapper. Filler is Peruvian, Nicaraguan and Dominican. The profile is cashew, coffee and spice.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port

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Davidoff Master Selection 2010 Cigar

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Greetings, Davidoff disciples. The Davidoff Master Selection Series is blended by longtime master blender and quality control chief, Eladio Diaz, and are his personal blends. Six are to be released in small lots and the 2010 has a Dominican wrapper, San Andres binder, and 10 year DR and Nicaragua filler.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port

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Partagas 150th Signature Series Cigar

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Greetings, Party patriots. General Cigar first released the Partagas 150 Signature Series in 1995 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the brand. We have a limited offering of the B (6.25×47) and the Figurado (6×52).
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port

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Warped Flor de Valle Sky Flower 2017 Cigar

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Greetings, Warped warriors. The Flor de Valle Sky Flower from Warped is a more robust version of the line because it has medio tiempo filler. A Nicaraguan puro made by Casa Fernandez this is an annual small release.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port

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Four Kicks Mule Kick LE 2017 Cigar

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Greetings, Crowned Heads crowd. It has been 5 years since we last carried Four Kicks Mule Kick L.E. The 2017 vintage is a recreation of the original which has a higher priming Ecuador Habano wrapper with Nicaragua binder and filler. Measures 5 7/8 inches by 52 and made by EP Carrillo.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port

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A. Fuente Opus X 20 Years Celebration Cigar

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Greetings, Opus orators. The A. Fuente Opus X 20 Years Celebration marks the anniversary of this brand and the blue motif symbolizes the river that runs by Chateau de la Fuente where the wrapper for this cigar is grown. Blue was the color also found on early Fuente bands. This wrapper is different from regular Opus production in that the leaf comes from the 3rd priming of the plant. Happy hunting.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port