We just completed the review of the Palomino Collecion Santa Ana 1965 Connecticut Toro. You read the review and reviews of other sticks here.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Earlier in the year Fred Rewey, founder of Nomad Cigar Company, outlined his plans for the year, which included the release of a Connecticut cigar.
Created in the heart of the Dominican Republic, Nomad’s first Connecticut wrapped cigar successfully treads the fine line between traditional and progressive.
“The goal was to give traditional Connecticut smokers something a ‘bit more’ but not bury them in spice or strength. The other consideration was that I really wanted to create a cigar that Nicaraguan fans would enjoy for their first smoke of the day. It was a very challenging endeavor. So far, the response has been very positive and I am pleased that so many people are taking to it” Said Rewey.
The Nomad Connecticut Fuerte cigar features the Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, a Dominican Binder, and Both Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers.
Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut
Binder: Ecuadorian Habano
Filler: Dominican Republic & Nicaragua
Corona 5.5 x 44 – $158
Toro – 6 x 52 $170
Robusto Gordo 5.5 x 54 – $170
Robusto 5 × 50 – $158
Nomad has grown considerably in the last year with the release of the Nicaraguan S-307 and the Esteli Lot 1386.
More information can be found on Nomad’s website at www.NomadCigarCompany.com
The Nomad Fuerte is in stock and shipping to all retailers.
Fred “Godfadr” Rewey, Nomad Cigar Company
Phone: 855-MYNOMAD (or 855-696-6623)
So I was thinking, I have this unopened box of premium cigars that I want to give away, but I don’t have a good contest idea. This is where you come in. I am reaching out to all my Facebook fans and Twitter followers to suggest a contest idea. Just register on Space Coast Cigars and suggest your idea in the comments.
I will pick the best idea and run the contest for all registered users and the winner will receive this box of fine stogies.
We all like to pair our stogies with a fine scotch, bourbon, or wine and maybe even a cup of joe or espresso, but on a beautiful spring day after the winter thaw I could find no better pairing than with my dog. That’s right, cigars and dogs pair very well. Long walks with your best friend, puffing away, playing in field or park is one of my favorite past times. This past saturday, the weather here in Detroit was perfect for taking the pooch for a little ride to a dog park. A quick search popped up one of the coolest places – Orion Oaks Dog Park located in Lake Orion, Michigan. It was a short 40 min drive from where I am staying so I packed some water and treats, loaded my handsome Brittany spaniel, Rufus, into the car and off and I went with my wife to explore Lake Orion.
When we got to the park, it was just as described; 900 acres of green grass and fenced in running and play places for you and your furry friend. Saturday was one of those beautiful days. The sky was crystal blue with a gentle and breeze of spring air.
My wife Dianne, unloaded Rufus and I took out the first stogie of the day, La Hoya – Autentico Maduro -. You have the review of this fine cigar a few months ago here in Space Coast Cigars. We let Rufus run around and feel free for the first time since getting up here in Michigan. Though he is 13 years old, he ran about like he was a puppy, enjoying the sun and cool air as I stood back, puffed away, and let him enjoy the moment. After about 30 min or so, maybe half of my stogie in cigar time, we decided to go on a hike in this beautiful park.
We leashed the dog and the three of us set off on a mid afternoon hike to explore and see what we could find. I love to hike while enjoying a fine stogie. Out in the wilderness smoking what is all natural and taking in the wonders of nature.
Lake Orion Park is a beautiful place and after a good 45 min we came upon the lake. What better place to relax in the afternoon sun enjoying the rest of this fine cigar and gazing out at the thawing lake with your best friend next to you. A most tranquil moment it was., knowing that winter is behind me and spring has arrived. I looked up and could only wonder what this must look like at night as the crescent moon was visibly clear in the afternoon blue sky. The evening stars must be magnificent and inspiring. But that will have to wait until another time.
As I finished the final draw of this fine vitola, we headed back, only to stumble upon an expansive meadow of what I assume would be filled with wild flowers and butterflies in another month as the full spring warmth arrives. Yes my friends, today I paired my stick with man’s best friend.
Now that the weather is warming up here in Michigan the rain has begun. Of course there is nothing better than sitting with other BOTLs and enjoying a good smoke and great conversation in your local cigar shop. The rain can fall but the discussion is always lively ranging from sports to travel and contests of trivia. Tonight is another good start to the weekend. Sitting in Don Yeyo Cigar Factory with the gang, enjoying a La Hoja Hoja De Flores.
One of the great things about Michigan is the number of cigar shops and lovers of the leaf. Just 30 days and back to Florida I go and back to covering the events on the space coast. But till then I have a final mission to sit outside in the spring air and finish rating the fine cigars I received from the many manufacturers throughout the winter. Palomino, House of Emelio, La Hoja, Swinger Cigars and Blanco Cigars. I haven’t forgotten you all,I have been waiting for the weather to cooperate.
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