Posted by in General on May 03, 2013 .
Cigar Club Keeps Spirits High in Afghanistan

Michael Tomberlin has served as president of the Tali-banned Cigar Aficionado Club for quite some time while serving in Afghanistan. Tomberlin writes on his blog that having this cigar club meant so much to him and the rest of the troops involved. The club was a means of escape, a place to let it all go.

Being thousands of miles away from home can’t be easy. So having a place to sit, relax and smoke a cigar makes it a little easier to feel better about the situation. “It’s easy...

U.S. Senate Joins The Fight To Protect Premium Cigars

If you have been following the news you know that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently regulates cigarettes and chewing tobacco, but they also want to start regulating premium cigars, which is a big concern for cigar companies throughout the country.

The fight to protect premium cigars has been an ongoing battle but as crunch time approaches more people are yielding to the premium cigar side.

The United States Senate has rejoined the fight to protect premium cigars...

Posted by in Tex's Roundup on Apr 19, 2013 .
Viaje's New Zombie Super Shot

With the huge Zombie craze going on right now it’s no surprise someone went ahead and created a zombie themed cigar. Zombie Supershots, from Viaje, were created as a monster-themed follow up to the Supershot cigars that were released last year.

Their unique packaging catches the eye and mimics the look of a shotgun ammo box intended for taking out zombies specifically. Zombie Supershots are a short and stout cigar sizing in at 3 1/2 inches by a 54 ring gauge and are packed in boxes...

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