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Kristoff Ligero Robusto Maduro: A Review by Ken York

9/2/2014 by bnb
The Kristoff Ligero is excellent—well made, solid construction, great earthy smell, an excellent smoker. Ligero refers to a specific section of a cigar tobacco plant. Ligero (and corona) refers to the top rows of leaves on the plant. The higher up the plant, the more powerful in flavor and nicotine, so this is a strong [...]The post Kristoff Ligero Robusto Maduro: A Review by Ken York appeared first on BnB Tobacco Blog.

Camacho Triple Maduro: A Review by Ken York

8/7/2014 by bnb
Camacho’s Triple Maduro claims to be strong – it is. Not quite strong enough to wake up married to a waitress missing her front teeth, but definitely strong enough to give you a buzz and having you stumbling around light headed. My preference is for medium to strong cigars, but every so often you have [...]The post Camacho Triple Maduro: A Review by Ken York appeared first on BnB Tobacco Blog.

Use a Hookah without All of the Stress and Mess

7/31/2014 by bnb
Traditional hookahs tend to be a messy experience, although a rewarding one. It takes a lot to get a hookah prepared to smoke. Some days you just may not feel like setting up a hookah just to experience it again. Now you can experience it in a stress free manner by using a Fantasia electronic [...]The post Use a Hookah without All of the Stress and Mess appeared first on BnB Tobacco Blog.

Ashton Cabinet Selection Belicosa, A Review by Ken York

7/10/2014 by bnb
Ashton Cabinet Selection premiered in 1985 and was immediately recognized as an excellent cigar.  It gets its rich and complex taste from Dominican fillers aged 4-5 years.  Its Connecticut Shade wrapper is aged an extra year and makes for a dynamic combination. Since making its debut it continues to be made to exacting standards and [...]The post Ashton Cabinet Selection Belicosa, A Review by Ken York appeared first on BnB Tobacco Blog.

Casa de Garcia Magnum Bundle, Review by Ken York

7/8/2014 by bnb
I’m often asked about everyday cigars.  The ones that you can light up, enjoy, and not worry about the cost. Face it, we’re not all made of money and generally can’t afford those beautiful 1964 Padrons on a daily basis. A favorite of mine are the Casa de Garcia bundles made by the Tabacalera de [...]The post Casa de Garcia Magnum Bundle, Review by Ken York appeared first on BnB Tobacco Blog.
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