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Handmade cigars are something that's truly a treat! The blood sweat and tears that goes into creating a cigar starts not only at seed but also as an idea, along with the determination of following through with what the grower and blender are setting out to achieve. The Lost art of craft cigars is being revitalized everyday not just by the people who create these amazing cigars to smoke, but by the cigar connoisseur who knows that there is a difference between something that is handmade and something that is machine made. People tend to believe that if something is machine made it will be perfect in all aspects, but that's not true. The greatest gift of life we enjoy come from hand made artisans that let there work speak for themselves. Like fine art, fine wines and spirits, fine foods and dining and also fine cigars. The lost art of hand made products is almost a thing of the past. However, if we all continue to support those who create, the possibilities of what we can achieve will be endless. Ponder upon this while smoking one of these handmade beauties and revel in the fact that you're helping to keep a handmade product alive!
Rocky Patel Decade Toro (6½ x 52) - Perfection takes time. For the Rocky Patel Decade, it’s the perfect blend 10 years in the making. The silky Decade showcases a gorgeous, dark Sumatra wrapper surrounding a secret blend featuring only the finest tobaccos in the world. The result is a rich and toasty medium- to full-body smoking experience. Complexity, balance and elegance earned the Rocky Patel Decade ratings of 91, 92, 93 and 95 points – an instant classic.
H. Upmann by AJ Fernandez Toro (6 x 54) AJ Fernandez, master-blender extraordinaire, puts his spin on a legendary label with the H. Upmann by AJ Fernandez Cigar. Following in the footsteps of his other Heritage lines, this H. Upmann smoke features an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Nicaraguan Corojo ’99 binder and a blend of Nicaragua (Criollo ’98) and Dominican Republic (Piloto Cubano) filler. The result is a rich and smoky sweetness, featuring hearty notes of cedar, dark roast coffee, hazelnut, and hints of cabinet spice.
Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art Double T (6 x 60) This NEW cigar from Alec Bradley was built around a new wrapper, the Corojo dos mil, seis (Corojo 2006). The wrapper was grown in late 2006 on the farm in Trojes Honduras and was in fermentation and aging through mid 2008. The Corojo 2006 possesses an abundance of strength and natural sweetness as well as adding a tremendous amount of complexity to the blend. In addition, the cigar has a beautiful reddish brown "cubanesque" look and feel. Prensado is Alec Bradley’s first traditional pressed line of cigars and the most full bodied blend to date.
Rocky Patel Vintage 2006 Toro (6 ½ x 52) Rocky Patel Vintage 2006 San Andreas features an 11-year-old San Andreas Mexican wrapper, a Connecticut Broadleaf binder, and Nicaraguan fillers. The cigar is rolled at Rocky Patel Premium Cigars’ TaviCusa factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. “It may be the youngest among the siblings, but it delivers with robust flavor and power.”
Tempus by Alec Bradley Centuria-Churchill (7 x 49) This Alec Bradley is rich in flavor and smooth in character. It is made from a combination of Honduran Criollo 1998 wrapper blended with Corojo and Criollo filler from the Trojes region of Honduras, just north of the Nicaraguan border.
Rocky Patel Decade Toro 6½ x 52
H. Upmann by AJ Fernandez Toro 6 x 54
Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art Double T 6 x 60
Rocky Patel Vintage 2006 Toro 6 ½ x 52
Tempus by Alec Bradley Centuria-Churchill 7 x 49