All Blog Posts Tagged 'Nicaraguan Puro' (3)

Review: 1502 Nicaragua

The 1502 Nicaragua is the latest release from Enrique Sanchez and Global Premium Cigars.  It is also the first 1502 cigar to be named after something other than a precious stone.  The Ruby, Emerald and Black Gold have been wildly popular in the online cigar community and the 1502 Nicaragua was a highly anticipated release heading into IPCPR 2014.  The 1502 Nicaragua features tobaccos from Esteli, Jalapa, Condega, and Ometepe.



Added by RobbyRas on October 2, 2014 at 11:30am — 10 Comments

Review: Curivari Reserva Limitada 4000

Curivari Cigars is a brand that I have been intrigued by for a while now and the Curivari Reserva Limitada 4000 is the reason.  I first smoked the Reserva Limitada 4000 at a herf about 9 months ago.  A buddy of mine handed me one and told me I was going to love it.  I had heard of Curivari and seen photos online, but my local B&M didn’t have them in stock yet.  As you may know, herfs can get a little crazy, so by the end of the day I had smoked 3-4 different sticks, but I remembered the…


Added by RobbyRas on August 26, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

Covering Your Ash: Reinado

Reinado, Spanish for “reign,” is a relatively new cigar line from owner, and New Jersey native, Antonio Lam.

From their website: “Reinado is a premium blend of Nicaraguan tobacco aged up to five years and uniquely fermented to deliver the highest quality smoking experience.”

Cigar Stats: The Reinado is a Nicaraguan Puro made at the Cubanero Cigar Factory. The wrapper is a Nicaraguan Habano Rosado with the Binder and Filler also from Nicaragua. The blend is offered in five…


Added by Jason Zahner on December 23, 2011 at 11:22pm — No Comments

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