E.P. Carillo Short Run 2011

   The wait is over! The highly anticipated E.P. Carillo 2011 Short Runs are finally here. Ernesto has hit another home run with this year's blend which is available in a three size format, Bombones 4.875x50, Canonazo 5.875x52, and Inmensos 6.25x60. This year's version uses a beautiful Ecuadorian Habano wrapper that covers an exotic blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos that make for a medium to full-bodied smoking experience. They're rich and very complex yet perfectly balanced making them appealing to a broad range of palates. The unfortunate part about this cigar is their total production, not many made and once they're gone they're gone for good.


Alec Bradley American Classic Blend

   This is the latest release from Alec Bradley and it's intended to be a budget friendly smoke that does not sacrifice anything in the way of quality or flavor. Covered with a Honduran Connecticut seed wrapper, the blend produces an array of flavors that range from cream, cedar, milk chocolate and roasted nuts. A medium-bodied cigar that's sure to please your palate. Available in six sizes, Churchill 7x48, Corona 5.5x42, Gordo 6x60, Robusto 5x50, Toro 6x50, and Torpedo 6.125x52.



   Curivari is a new boutique company that uses Aganorsa Nicaraguan tobaccos and rolled at their small factory in Danli, Honduras. Available in very small quantities, Curivari comes in six blends that replicate the art of Cuban cigar making. From their blends to their packaging and the way they're constructed, Curivari has hit it on the spot for those seeking a cigar with Cubanesque appeal. A must try for the lover of fine tobacco.