In 2008, Cigar Aficionado awarded the Cas Magna Colorado Robusto as the #1 Cigar of the Year. This is a cigar with two primary and distinguishing characteristics: 1) the cigar happened to be the brain-child of two legends in the industry – Manuel Quesada and Nestor Plascencia; and 2) the cigar retailed for only $5 – proving once and for all you could get a top quality cigar without spending and arm and a leg. Continue reading →
Miami, FL – Everybody loves a good sequel, and the Casa Miranda Chapter 2 is set to debut at IPCPR which is being held this year in Las Vegas, NV.
The follow up to the original which was made in Miami at the famed El Titan de Bronze, will be made at My Father Cigars S.A in Esteli, Nicaragua.
According to Jason Wood; VP of Miami Cigar & Company, “Just like any great novel, our story continues to gain momentum with the release of Chapter 2 at this years’ IPCPR. I look forward to our consumer’s feedback on this medium bodied beauty!” Continue reading →
Now that our Top 10 lists for the best Light, Medium and Full strength cigars has been compiled and published. We thought it would be fun to slice-and-dice our information a couple of different ways. As many of you know, limited edition cigars are quite often very hard to come by. That being said, I think most would agree the back-bone bread and butter offerings in the cigar industry are the “core lines.” That being said, we went back and crunched the numbers against all 3 of our lists (light, medium and full) to come up with a “Best of the Core Lines” ranking. Those findings are included in the Top-10 list below – enjoy! Continue reading →
Welcome to Leaf and Grape’s first annual list for Top 10 Full Cigars. We decided to take a different approach with our “Best Of” lists. Instead of publishing one over-all list, we have 3 separate categories based on strength. While … Continue reading →
Welcome to Leaf and Grape’s first annual list for Top 10 Light Cigars. We decided to do take a different approach with our “Best Of” lists. Instead of publishing one over-all list, we have 3 separate categories based on strength. … Continue reading →