Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project Giveaway!

We loved the Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project so much in our review that we wanted one lucky reader to experience the excellence of this recent release and so we are giving away a six cigar sampler that comes with a cool ashtray, as is seen here:

The rules are pretty straightforward:

  • You must live in the United States
  • You must be at least 21 years of age
  • You must enjoy good cigars

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Thanks for participating and remember to check back here after Friday, February 8th for the winner!

Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project Review

Brand: Ramon Bueso                       Country:  Honduras
   Size: Robusto Extra 5.5 x 50         Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro
 Price: $5.00

Ramon Bueso Genesis The Project Review

The Label Factor:

Drew Estate continues with the good labels here.  Wait…what?  My producer is telling me this isn’t a Drew Estate cigar.  Okay.  This is the Genesis The Project by Ramon Bueso.  Yes, I see that on the label.  Okay, but what about the eerily similar style?  I mean, it has Genesis in cursive against a lightly checkered white background.   I guess adding that black bar at the bottom is the biggest distinguishing factor.  And, now that I inspect more closely, the paper it’s printed on is of a lower quality.  Still, though, I love the style of Liga labels so it would be hypocritical of me not to like this as well.

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Joya De Nicaragua Antaño Dark Corojo Review

Brand: Joya De Nicaragua                              Country:  Nicaragua
   Size:  La Niveladora 6 x 52                           Wrapper:  Corojo
 Price:  $8.75 (Buy)

Joya De Nicaragua Dark Antano Review

The Label Factor:

Who likes a double label? This guy. This guy also likes the way dark brown cigars look with black and gold labels. The bottom label reads “Doble Fuerte”, or Double Strong, which sends the message that you may be in for a bit of an ass-kicking. I imagine a competition in the offices of Joya de Nicaragua to name this cigar. The guy who wanted to call it the Fuerte was probably pissed at that new girl in accounting who came up with Doble Fuerte.

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