News: Camacho Introduces Room 101 Daruma Gold

Evolution is the process that separates those in motion from those who are standing still. As we at Room101 grow, we evolve in every way fathomable. Within this box you will find the evolution of the Daruma. The modifications you will experience in this particular blend are the by-product of our evolution and growth working [...]

News: La Sirena To Be Made at La Zona

acigarsmoker.com is able to confirm through multiple industry sources that La Sirena will no longer be made at the My Father factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. The production will be moved to La Zona which is owned by Erik Espinosa. Neither La Sirena or Espinosa can confirm nor deny this report. More details to follow as [...]

Cigar Review: Espinosa Maduro

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It’s funny when I was a blogger before being an industry insider I thought Erik Espinosa was one of those manufacturers that hated bloggers and didn’t particularly care for me. In fact, shortly after moving to Miami I heard Erik even poked fun at me and how my typos annoyed Gary Arzt at his eulogy. [...]

Cigar Review: Reunion Digestivo

At the 2014 DC TweetUp; one of the cigars given to me was from the Bodega Cigar Company called Reunion. I’ll be the first to admit growing up in NYC the name Bodega Cigars is less than appealing. Especially since many of the bodega’s in the city are fronts for drugs. When I lived back [...]

Press Release: The Banker by H. Upmann

Celebrate the richest moments of life with Altadis U.S.A.’s newest cigar, “The Banker” by H. Upmann. This exciting bold cigar boasts an earthy and toasty smoking experience and will begin shipping in late April 2014. German bankers Carl and Herman Upmann traveled to Cuba to craft an exceptionally unique cigar in 1844. They locked it [...]

Cigar Review: Nica Rustica by Drew Estate

While I spend my last few weeks in Miami I was gifted today’s review by one of my friends that I will miss, Garrett. As I get ready to move to a yet to be disclosed location, I’ve been spending my time at one the best shops in Florida, Cigar Cellar & Lounge. I will [...]

Cigar Review: Cien Anos Maduro by La Aurora

It’s been a long time since I wrote a review and wether or not I do another one remains to be seen but writing feels natural to me, it always has. To quote Charlie over at halfwheel.com he says the world needs another blogger and one can easily sense the sarcasm. Having worked at Miami [...]

Cigar Almanac – February 15, 2014

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Asylum Cigars Announces New Ogre Sizes

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I’m always a fan of inventive cigar manufacturers; companies who think outside the box and try different blends and styles to come up with truly unique products. Asylum Cigars (@AsylumCigar) is one that comes to mind with their Habano/Candela barber pole creation known as the Ogre. Available in a 7 x 70 currently, this unique blend of [...]

Xikar Releases Newly Redesigned Enigma II Lighter

Xikar Enigma II Lighter

Everyone has those moments out on the golf course, tailgating, or just hanging around the house on a breezy day and you just can’t get your smoke to stay lit. Living in the Southwest, I can personally attest that I have had more than a few occasions where I wanted to give up on a [...]

Table 36 Announces 2nd Annual National Smoke A Cigar Day (NSACD)

National Smoke A Cigar Day

As we all know it is getting harder and harder to enjoy a cigar in a public environment. I know that when I sit at my favorite coffee shop, I’m always politely asked to put out my cigar. And I move to the table in the far corner so as to not disturb other patrons. [...]

CAO Flathead 554 (V554 Camshaft) – Cigar Review

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One of my first memorable cigar experiences was venturing into Butthead’s Tobacco Emporium- my home shop- and picking out a CAO Brazilia. At the time, I wasn’t all too certain about what style cigar I enjoyed most, but I knew that CAO was a brand that was a favorite of newcomers and trained aficionados, and [...]

Cigar Almanac – February 8th, 2014

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Bold by Nish Patel Torpedo – Cigar Review

by Andrew Holmes Photography

If I said the name Rocky Patel @RockyPatelCigar to a cigar smoker, 99% of the time that name will surely be known. However if the name Nish Patel comes up, there’s a great chance that his name wouldn’t ring a bell. However Mr. Nish Patel – Rocky’s brother and Executive Vice President of RP- created [...]

Cigar Almanac – February 1st, 2014

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Rocky Patel B52 Corojo – Cigar Review

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Rocky Patel has been one of the innovators in the cigar industry over the past 15 years. He is one of the hardest working (and partying) guys in the industry. the Edge Series is one of his most recognizable lines. It was introduced with no band! His signature coffins of 100 cigars became one of [...]

Cigar Almanac – January 25th, 2014

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A. Flores 1975 Gran Reserva – Cigar Review

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Pinar Del Rio Cigars had two new releases at the 2013 IPCPR in Las Vegas. The first was the new AF – 75, the second the A Flores 1975 Gran Reserva. As with the AF – 75, the A Flores 1975 Gran Reserva is being limited to 500 boxes of each available size, and features [...]

Alec Bradley Black Market Punk – Cigar Review

by Andrew Holmes Photography

Everyone in the cigar industry knows the Alec Bradley name. For many years, the AB crown logo has stood proud among fine cigar manufacturers, producing only the highest quality smokes available. Alan Rubin, the founder of Alec Bradley, has seen to make sure that every line of cigars produced is as expertly crafted as possible, [...]

Cigar Almanac – January 18th, 2014

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