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Casa Cuba Pre-Release 2013 Cigar

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Greetings, Fuente fans. We have opened our latest cigar arrival. The Casa Cuba is Fuente’s newest brand and the cigar we are offering now is a sneak-peek of the new cigar line. Sporting a secondary band that underscores that this is a pre-release and is dated with the year, the Casa Cuba has been highly anticipated. The brand was made to commemorate the centennial celebration of the famed Dominican cigar company. The vitola is dubbed Doble Cinco (a term referring to the particular domino hand). Because of the quantity we received, we are limiting the sale of this cigar to one stick per person.

Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port

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Fuente Opus X Destino and Casa Cuba Cigars

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Greetings, Fuente fans. Saw an invoice from A. Fuente emailed to us last night that has Casa Cuba Doble Cinco & Opus X Destino Lancero & Opus X Destino Super Belicoso cigar order on the way. These are some of their centennial cigars that will be hitting the market the next few months.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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2013 Alec Bradley Fine & Rare HJ10-i Cigar

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Greetings, avid AB apostles. The 2013 Alec Bradley Fine & Rare HJ10-i cigars have arrived. This is the third year that the cigar company has issued this top line. And this release is the same as the first year’s blend. As is usual the cigar has a limited availability so hurry in to secure yours.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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A. Fuente King T Rosado Sungrown

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Greetings, Fuente fans. We recently received the A. Fuente King T Rosado Sungrown to our surprise. As is usual with rare Fuente releases, the company just sent this vitola without us requesting it or informing our staff. Believe us, we’re not complaining! We’ll take as many as they can send us! It’s always a pleasant surprise when we receive rare Fuente cigars. Anyway, in honor of A. Fuente’s centennial celebration in 2013 (postponed a year late due to packaging problems and the tobacco warehouse fire), you can expect some new and maybe one-time limited runs from the famed Dominican cigar maker. (Angel’s Share, anyone?)
The A. Fuente King T Rosado Sungrown is dressed in gorgeous glossy crimson tubes as opposed to the normal production King Ts which come packaged in black and white aluminum tubes. The King T RSG has the same wrapper found in the Rosado Sungrown line whose Vitola 44 received Cigar Aficionado’s No. 5 ranking in 2012. Let us know what you think of this cigar when you light it up, but remember to hurry and get yours today.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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Alec Bradley Black Market Dirty Hooligan Cigar

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Greetings, apostles of AB. Today, Alec Bradley announced the upcoming new cigar release in time for St. Patrick’s Day festivities: the Alec Bradley Black Market Dirty Hooligan cigar. The picture below announces the only details of this cigar so far. Only 2,000 boxes will be slated for the market. This seems to be a Black Market blend with a candela wrapper. The MSRP will be $8 (around $8.89 for Louisiana). We got the word from our rep that we will be allocated some boxes so stay tuned around March 5, 2013 as to news of their arrival.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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Cigars As An Investment Vehicle

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Greetings faithful fans of Habana Port. Now we all know gold has seen record highs the past year but what about other investment vehicles? Some savy investors look to precious metals other than gold, fine cars, real estate, even art (including comic books). Some investors buy wines known as investment wines. These are usually vintage bottles that are rare yet famous and quite desired. Typically the price and value of the wine appreciates over time (due to rarity and other factors).

The same principle can be applied to cigars. A fine handmade cigar is a luxury and right now the premium cigar industry is ripe with many boutique and small-batch cigar lines. Many are limited in production so there is an intrinsic value to these cigars. Many scrupulous cigar collectors are purchasing these cigars and storing them while the price of these cigars increases in value after a few years.

Our partner site at CigarEarth.com is a great cigar retailer that offers these precious cigars. Their e-commerce-based humidor offers a variety of rare cigars that will increase in value over time thereby making the investment a smart one for you, the buyer. All one has to do is visit the site and glance over the premium cigar category.

Some rare cigars that will earn you a return if you hold onto the cigars include EP Carrillo Short Run 2011s, the microbatch Four Kicks (which is only found in less than 120 shops around the world), the Padilla by Studio Tobac 2011, the La Verite 2008 by Tatuaje (a concept similar to a single-lot vintner and this is the first from Pete Johnson; very rare!) and Viaje’s Holiday Blend 2011.

This cigar is almost guaranteed to see a great return on investment in just 5 years. Get them at CigarEarth.com while we have them.
Of course if you are a just a regular cigar fan and do not wish to buy cigars as an investment vehicle, CigarEarth.com offers great and competitive prices on regular production cigars like Acid Blondies and Montecristo cigars.
And what is finally great about the fine Certified Retail Tobacconists at CigarEarth.com is that you can email them at info@cigarearth.com and they will respond to you quickly. They don’t make you feel like a rookie as they love to spread the passion of the fine cigar and take their time delightfully educating you.
So if you would like to diversify your investments, then consider the brown gold also known as the cigar, but make sure to buy from a trusted and knowledgeable retailer like CigarEarth.com who can show you what you need based on your preferences and goals.

Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port