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Stogie Guys Friday Sampler LXXV

21 Dec 2007

In our ongoing effort to make StogieGuys.com as entertaining and reader-friendly as possible, each Friday we’ll post a selection of quick cigar news and stogie-related snippets. We call ‘em Friday Samplers. Enjoy.Treasury Department

1) Time is running out to enter our College Football Bowl Contest. The winner gets three cigars: a La Aroma de Cuba, a Bahia Gold, and a pricey Graycliff Grand Cru.

2) In a Government Accountability Office study released this week, it was revealed that the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control “opened more investigations and imposed more penalties for embargo violations, such as buying Cuban cigars, than for violations of other sanctions, such as those on Iran.” Baltimore Sun columnist Jay Hancock wrote an amusingly sarcastic response to the news on his blog.

3) The Association of Dominican Cigar Manufacturers is throwing the first annual Procigar Festival in Santiago on March 5-7. For just under $600, you can tour factories and tobacco fields, hit up exclusive dinners and parties, and participate in informational seminars. The producers of such brands as Romeo y Julieta, Macanudo, Davidoff, and La Aurora will all be on hand, so book your flight today!

4) Around the Blogs: Cigar Jack smokes a Graycliff G2. Velvet Cigar puffs a Chamuco Black Magic. Cigar Beat tries the Toraño Signature. Cigar Command smokes a Griffins 2006. Stogie Review reviews the Alec Bradley Trilogy. Cigar Monkey smokes a Cielo Poseidon.

5) Deal of the Week: This “Deluxe Holiday 30” sampler has 30 cigars for $60. In case you’re not a math major, that’s just two bucks per stick. The deal even includes Fuentes, Gisperts, and Montecristos. Grab yours here.

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One Response to “Stogie Guys Friday Sampler LXXV”

  1. George E. Friday, December 21, 2007 at 12:32 pm #

    If anyone doesn't think a cigar is a powerful instrument, check out the top of the NYT story today on Bill Richardson: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/21/us/politics/21r