June 14, 2017

Episode #31 The Aladino Toro

If we were opening an ice cream store, we would have enough flavors to cut the ribbon. But alas, we are a bunch of AshHoles with a cigar podcast, so we will instead cut the cap. This week we visit Aladino from JRE Tobacco.

This is a true classic cigar that channels the past when the Eiroa family was making cigars under another name. This cigar is pure Authentic Corojo grown in The Eiroa Tobacco Farm in Honduras from the original Cuban seed of Corojo. These cigars are medium strength and represent The Golden Era of cigars in Cuba from 1947-1961, with its traditional sizes, and also available in a 6.5 x 60 (Gordo) for the more contemporary smoker. The name translate to Aladdin, and this cigar is something you would wish for from a magic lamp.

Join us as we give our thoughts on the Aladino! We will also take a look at viewer mail, go miles with Styles and make our Social Media pick of the week on this weeks episode of The AshHoles.


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