A Tortuga, a Couple La Palina Cigars and Some News

First, let’s get some news out of the way.  I know you all like contests, and my friends at Joya de Nicaragua are having one.  From Sept. 9th to Sept. 24th every 4 days they will draw a winner for a box of the new Joya red.  They are giving away a box of each size over the two week contest. I’ve had the good fortune of smoking several of these in the toro, robusto and corona size and they are terrific cigars. Head on over to JoyaCigars.com/winjoyared/ or click the graphic on the top of the right sidebar and enter to win.

Monday evening I selected a cigar I picked up on my birthday at Cigar Mojo, who was recently selected as an appointed Tortuga Cigars merchant. I had smoked the Tortuga Reserva Maduro “El Coyote Negro” with Victor Vitale a few months ago, but it was my second cigar and I wanted to give it a re-do.  I smoked the Cedro No. 600, which is a 6½” x 56 toro.  This has a dark Brazilian maduro wrapper, and it’s a shame to cover the majority of this beautiful wrapper with a cedar sleeve!  I think this may be my new favorite Tortuga, and I do love them all. It had a great balance of strength and flavor, exhibiting the dark, cocoa flavors I enjoy.  I’m so glad I smoked this with a clean palate, as I failed to properly appreciate it the first time. Thank you to Trae at Cigar Mojo for making a birthday present of this cigar, I would happily have paid for it with the rest of cigars (and a Xikar Ashtray Can) I bought.  Great cigar, no question. - See more at: http://www.cigarcraig.com/a-tortuga-a-couple-la-palina-cigars-and-s...

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