Toast of the Week (5/18/10)


Moving right along and headed for the summer, the weather has been hitting the 90s here in Georgia; luckily the humidity has stayed away, so far. New cigar releases continue to trickle out as we move closer and closer to IPCPR in August. Yesterday we reviewed the new Nestor Miranda 1989, which was blended by Pepin and honors the birthyear of Miami Cigar & Company; coming in at $5, it’s an enjoyable new release.

There was some great stuff around the blogs this week, so let’s get right to it!

  • The Tiki Bar Online has a look at a new CAO exclusive to Burns out of Chattanooga, the CAO 423, which is a special blend of the Mx3 and a part of the CAO Escaparate Collection. Toast it here.
  • Keepers of the Flame fires the Benji Menendez Partagas. Toast it here.
  • Cigar Inspector fires up the Joya de Nicaragua Celebracion. Toast it here.
  • Brian from Stogie Review sits down with Nestor Miranda, who was on hand for a new release. Toast it here.