Episode 228

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Episode

Episode 228- April 10,2017

Cigar of The Week:

Interview: Abe Dababneh, Smoke Inn/KMA Radio- 2:00pm-3:00pm

Abe Dababneh owner of Smoke Inn[1]

Abe Dababneh is the owner & founder of Smoke Inn, LLC., a retailer of premium cigars, tobacco products and accessories. Abe’s experience in the cigar business is represented by his 20 years as the owner of Smoke Inn ® , growing from a single store in Tequesta to one of the largest retail cigar operations in Florida and the country. The Smoke Inn retail chain is now comprised of eleven locations, seven wholly owned corporate locations and four licensee locations, stretching from Port St. Lucie to Margate. Abe has also built Smoke Inn into a strong web-based retail brand. Smokeinn.com was started in 2007 and has thrived as a direct result of Abe’s personal involvement and distinct marketing acumen. Smoke Inn has also extended its operations to include ownership and operation of two additional e-commerce sites and ownership of a national online blog site. Each of these businesses has served to strategically extend Smoke Inn’s distribution capabilities and its overall brand awareness in the marketplace.

Stogie Geek Segment: Smoking Outdoors

Stogies of the Week

Paul's Stogies

(Picaro), components are undisclosed, really cool story here (Cigar Authority). This was an amazing smoke, and I really do think this blend works in the larger ring gauges. Smooth, nice transitions, some earth and sweetness. Box worth.
Byron Reserva 5 Anos (Siglo XX), Size: 5.5 x 54 (Londinenses), Good cigar, did not have many of the great smoking characteristics as others in the line, Fiver.
All out Kings debuts with Tobaccos from La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate in Esteli, Nicaragua including Connecticut Stalk Cut and Sun Cured Habano Wrapper, with Indonesia Sumatra Binder, and filler comprised of Jalapa Viso, Esteli Viso, Dominican C-98 Seco, and Connecticut Broadleaf Ligero. (Reference: https://blindmanspuff.com/quick-cigar-review-all-out-kings-give-me-your-lunch-money/). Holding off when i smoke more, this cigar to me was not yet ready for review.
Imperia Islero, Wrapper: Ecuadorian Binder: Dominican Filler: Dominican & United States (PA) Size: Fundador (7 x 50/33) - These are awesome, great flavors, great smoking experience, box worthy. Really enjoyed smoking this one (After letting it rest in my humidor about a month or so).
I still love this smoke: Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano Ligero Binder: Cameroon Filler: Nicaragua (Condega, Estelí & Pueblo Nuevo), This is a great box worthy purchase, awesome flavors and outstanding smoking experience. You just want to smoke them back-to-back!

Joe Hollywood's Stogies

  1. http://stogiegeeks.com/2017/04/10/jnv-cigars-maduro.html
  2. http://stogiegeeks.com/2017/04/10/cusano-maduro.html
  3. http://stogiegeeks.com/2017/04/10/the-oscar-habano-toro.html
  4. http://kristoff.com/cigars_corojo-limitada/

Joe D. (Rainman)'s Stogies