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Mikail said in March 4th, 2009 at 4:19 pm

I love spanish wines, especially the Rioja and the Ribera de Duero D.O. and also I have pleanty of cigars. For example i have the Cillar de Silos, Carmelo Rodero and Cepa 21 from la Ribera and from La Rioja Baron de Ley, Viña Ardanza. In cigar I have the Punch Gran Cru, CAO Criollo, Gran Habano Conneticut, H Uppman Cameroon Vintage and a Leon Jimenez Churchill, who do I pair such products.

Richard said in November 2nd, 2009 at 4:48 am

The Bolívar cuban cigars brand was founded by young entrepeneur, José F. Rocha, in 1902. At the time, Rocha had his own cigar factory and Bolívar cuban cigars were merely a strong, premium blend Rocha began experimenting with and perfecting. In 1921, nearly 20 years after creating the basic blend, Rocha was ready to register the Bolívar name and the cigars entered the public market. Visit Cuban cigar for more information.

Seven said in July 6th, 2013 at 8:21 am

I don’t even know what to say, this made things so much eaeisr!

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