767 Golf Binny’s Exclusive by Kristoff 5×44
Its getting to that time of year where we pull the golf clubs out of storage and dust off the winter cobwebs on our swings. Oddly enough this cigar has nothing to do with the sport, but a reference to the very first place Binny’s had a humidor. 767 Golf is the address of the very first Binny’s Beverage depot as we know them today and the history behind our humidors starts there. This corona was made for us by the fine folks at Kristoff cigars and is an exemplary example of a premium cigar. Whether you’re going to hit a bucket of balls or relaxing on the porch the 767 golf has you covered.
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We wanted to do something special to celebrate our 25th anniversary in the cigar business. We’ve had quite a few cigars blended for Binny’s, and each one is a labor of love. When the opportunity arose to do something different we jumped at the chance.
Torano has once again opened the Vault and to our smoking pleasure comes the Torano Vault yellow W-009. From Torano’s vault, the Yellow W-009, available in two sizes. Wrapped in a Jalapa sun grown wrapper, with a Honduran Jamastran binder and filler as well as a touch of La Entrada filler for good measure – this vault release is worth the wait. Come in and see why these were locked away in Toran’s vault.
Torano Vault Yellow Double Robusto
Torano Vault Yellow Toro
The CAO Pilon has an interesting back story: Master Blender Rick Rodriguez uses an old and expensive process to ferment the tobaccos used in this cigar. In the 1800s, men called Piloneros would create round pilons, or stacks of fermenting tobacco leaves. Pilons are made in an 18-month fermentation process, sometimes longer, involving hemming tobacco leaves together and stacking them layer by layer. This process, though time-consuming, is known to maximize the flavors and color of the leaves. It comes across in the new CAO Pilon, now available in three sizes; Churchill 7×48, Robusto 5×52 and Corona 5.5×44.