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1 Views · 3 days ago

⁣This cigar hails from the famed Tabacalera Fernandez factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. Draped in a gorgeous, reddish hued Habano Rosado wrapper leaf, Enclave sports dual bands that set an ambiance of old world Cuba from the get-go. Underneath the sheets rests a refined Cameroon binder sitting firmly atop select Nicaraguan long-fillers, including a choice Piloto Cubano strain grown on AJ’s proprietary farms.

† The Coffee Guy
10 Views · 15 days ago

⁣The San Lotano Requiem is the epitome of what a full-bodied cigar should
be. Strong and flavorful, yet balanced and smooth, San Lotano Requiem
is extraordinary. Blended using an exquisite medley of rich Nicaraguan,
Dominican, and Honduran tobaccos, the Requiem is anything but boring.
Accompanying the complex blend is an extremely rare Brazilian-grown
Habano wrapper, available to merely two manufacturers in the world.
Together, the unique wrapper and fillers strike a resounding accord of
flavor, body, and complexity.

† The Coffee Guy
6 Views · 18 days ago

⁣We review the Blend Number 1 from Zwarte Roes a popular coffee in The Netherlands.
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† The Coffee Guy
8 Views · 19 days ago

⁣Free Will comes to you from the experienced hands of Oliva Cigars. This passion project is a special undertaking. Free Will is rolled with a special Nicaraguan-grown, 'Center Cut' Condega leaf that's harvested at the end of the season

† The Coffee Guy
10 Views · 1 month ago

⁣A milk-chocolaty Ecuador Habano ligero wrapper, Yakuza’s aesthetics are spot-on. A quick peak under the covers reveals a Nicaraguan binder embracing a collection of ligero-laced, uber-refined Nicaraguan and Honduran long-fillers with the addition of a small amount of La Entradas long-filler.

† The Coffee Guy
2 Views · 2 months ago

⁣This cigar features tobaccos straight from AJ’s farms. The binder and fillers are Nicaraguan tobaccos that are from AJ. The only component not from Nicaragua, is the Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper which is a triple fermented leaf. With the combination of these leaves, the profile of this cigar is clocked at medium-full. With a continuation of the epic collaboration between two legends, it’s no wonder why the brand has been around for so long...

† The Coffee Guy
13 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Trader Joe's LIMITED Small Lot Coffee for Fall 2023
Jarabacoa, located in the central region of the Dominican Republic, is
home to third-generation coffee farmers who are dedicated to the
cultivation of high-quality coffee beans. For this small-lot selection,
these farmers harvest 100% Arabica coffee cherries, then refine their
skins and pulp. Normally, the sticky-sweet outer layer of the coffee
fruit is washed off, but these beans are “honey processed,” so that
layer is left intact.

† The Coffee Guy
5 Views · 5 months ago

⁣The Rose of Guadalupe features a beautiful and oily Mexican San Andres wrapper leaf. The rest of the blend is entirely Nicaraguan tobaccos grown on Fernandez's farms.

† The Coffee Guy
22 Views · 5 months ago

⁣Trying the Limited-Edition Nicaraguan "Cannons Coffee" from Guadalupe Roastery.
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† The Coffee Guy
20 Views · 6 months ago

⁣We tried the Burundi Coffee from Atlas Coffee Club.
Please use my code when you sign up for this great coffee company.

† The Coffee Guy
2 Views · 6 months ago

⁣Named for the year the Torano family fled Cuba, This ‘Exodus’ is medium to full-bodied, it’s composed of an Habana 2000 wrapper accompanied by a complex, five-country blend of Dominican, Honduran, Mexican, Nicaraguan, and Costa Rican tobaccos.

† The Coffee Guy
17 Views · 7 months ago

⁣This Santa Ana coffee from the slopes of the country’s third largest coffee producing region comes from a community of small producers who grow two of El Salvador’s most popular varieties: Bourbon and Pacas.
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† The Coffee Guy
2 Views · 7 months ago

⁣Take the same vintage, Cuban-seed long-fillers from Nicaragua as the standard Lot 23 cigars and blend them inside a true Connecticut shade wrapper. The result is Perdomo Lot 23 Connecticut. This silky-smooth wrapper complements the bold and rich, Nicaraguan tobaccos perfectly, creating a lovely, mellow to medium-bodied experience.

† The Coffee Guy
20 Views · 8 months ago

⁣High-quality arabica & robusta beans roasted dark with a solid caffeine kick and the claim as the worlds strongest coffee...


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† The Coffee Guy
22 Views · 8 months ago

⁣Perdomo 20th Anniversary celebrates this rich, family history of Nicaraguan handmades. Each Perdomo cigar employs bold, Cuban-seed long-fillers grown throughout Nicaragua’s black, volcanic soils. Top-priming tobaccos from Esteli, Jalapa, and Condega....patiently aged and skillfully blended to perfection. Nicaraguan Broadleaf maduro wrappers from the highest priming, extra-fermented, cedar-aged, then barrel-aged in old bourbon barrels for 14+ months prior to being applied

† The Coffee Guy
22 Views · 8 months ago

⁣I try the new Brazilian medium roast from Guadalupe Roastery.
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† The Coffee Guy
33 Views · 9 months ago

⁣Zamora Ecuador Small Lot Coffee from Trader Joe's Review.
Hand-picked, sun-dried, and medium roasted, these Zamora Ecuador beans brew into a fantastically full- bodied coffee. Grown on the southeastern edge of Ecuador, at the very edge of the Amazon Basin, the province of Zamora Chinchipe is famed for its awe-inspiring natural beauty.

† The Coffee Guy
5 Views · 9 months ago

⁣Coming to you like a faithful steed from AJ Fernandez’s factory in Nicaragua.
Draped in a Sun-Grown wrapper is a lion’s share of Brazilian, Mexican, and Nicaraguan long-fillers secured by a Nicaraguan binder. Ave Maria’s blenders have traveled far and wide to exotic lands to gather the tobacco in this blend, and the result is nothing short of magnificent.

† The Coffee Guy
43 Views · 9 months ago

⁣I try the Premium Medium Blend by Mystic Monk called " Paradiso"

† The Coffee Guy
27 Views · 9 months ago

⁣This wet processed & fully washed Colombian coffee is a classic. ☕ But is it any good? Let's find out....

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