Tobacco Shops Jasper AL

Looking for tobacco shops in Jasper? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Jasper that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find tobacco shops in Jasper.

Sunshine Lighter
(205) 295-1766
2116 Golf Course Road
Jasper, AL
 
Northwest Alabama Mental Health
(205) 302-9000
1100 7th Avenue
Jasper, AL
 
Jim 'n Nick's Bar-B-Q
(205) 221-2271
1804 Old Highway 78 East
Jasper, AL
 
B & K Tobacco
(205) 387-9166
1205 North Airport Road
Jasper, AL
 
Crown Food Mart
(205) 384-1041
27620 Highway 69
Jasper, AL
 
Tobacco Zone
(205) 483-1030
9808 Highway 78
Jasper, AL
 
Southern Electro Tech
(205) 384-4249
3512 Industrial Drive
Jasper, AL
 
195 Tobacco Outlet
(205) 384-1039
4404 Highway 195 # 1
Jasper, AL
 
195 Tobacco Outlet
(205) 384-1039
4404 Highway 195
Jasper, AL
 
C & C Custom Guns
(205) 686-7859
9703 Tutwiler Road
Parrish, AL
 

Cigar Review: La Charada by La Caridad Del Cobre

Cigar Review: La Charada by La Caridad Del Cobre Posted by Barry on August 16th, 2010 lacaridaddelcobre-band

In the beginning I was the type of person who asked for cigars when I ran into a rep. But after a few months of running the blog I realized that doing this site did not entitle me to free smokes. So, I adopted the policy of not asking for cigars even though certain people told me not to be shy. I felt like even though I was providing a service to the cigar community it isn’t right. This past week at IPCPR I broke that policy one time and that is why I chose the cigar as the first post IPCPR review. Having a hard time finding these smokes and hearing Lindsay Heller talk about them I had to ask Frank for one to review. He gave me one, his sales rep gave me one and I got another one that same night. 3 cigars. Review material.

The La Caridad Del Crobre that I am reviewing today is the Maduro and according to the website, “La Caridad Del Cobre is Cuba’s Patron Saint. She is the only thing constant about Cuban culture. Since the beginning of her appearance which is thought to begin in 1608, Cuba has experienced many changes. However, for over 400 years Cuba’s Patron Saint represents the strength and resolve of the Cuban people, whether they live in Cuba, in exile, or wherever they may be in the world. Our cigars are made in the Cuban tradition, designed and produced by Cubans living in exile. While we may not live in Cuba, the tradition of quality cigar making continues and we want to share it with you.”

Cigar: La Charada Maduro
Size: 6 x 54 (Charada No. 64 / Torpedo Immenso)
Wrapper: Brazilian Arapiraca
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic
Strength: Mild/Medium
Twitter: @lcdc_1608
Facebook: La Caridad Del Cobre
Official Site: http://www.1608cigars.com/

La Caridad Del Cobre Maduro

La Caridad Del Cobre Maduro

Appearance and Construction: The La Caridad Del Cobre feature a band that is colorful and states the brand of the cigar while underneath it state the Soul of Cuba. The Brazilian wrapper has some of the thinnest veins I’ve ever seen and is adorned with those tiny magnesium pimples that is usually the sign of a good cigar. The roll is slightly porous which surprises me some and the stick feels a little light in the hand. There are no soft spots present and the cigar should smoke well.

Flavor & Notes: The prelight draw ha a slight spice to it but is loaded with a sweet molasses while the foot has the same molasses like taste to the nose. Once the cigar is lit there was a powdery sweetness with notes of chocolate. During the second third of the stick the sweetness remains but takes a back seat to some dominant notes of cedar with a slight nuttiness. The final third the chocolate and cedar notes engage in a virtual tug o war with with a smooth finish that has a slight hint of nuts.

Smoking Characteristics: The stick burned as straight as the come with a solid ash that held on well....

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Cigar Review: La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Chisel

Cigar Review: La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Chisel

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So the other night on Twitter I asked what cigar to be reviewed on Monday and which cigar to be ruled today. As luck would have it the Air Bender Chisel was today’s cigar and I got to spend some time last night with Andrew who is Vice President of Sales for La Flor Dominicana and the new northeast sales rep, Peter. We chilled in Cigar Inn on 2nd Avenue smoked some cigars and finished off a bottle of rum. Well at least Andrew and I did since Peter was driving and didn’t want to drink. We kept the conversation light, didn’t really discuss anything blog worthy and shared a bunch of laughs. It was a good time, and had the feel of a couple of friends hanging out to enjoy a smoke despite this being the first time we met.

So with that bit of fluff out of the way, lets get into the Air Bender Chisel which has become one of the most popular lines for the company.The Chisel version is the first new Chisel since 2004 when La Flor Dominicana introduced this interesting size.

Cigar: La Flor Dominicana
Size: 6.50 x 54 (Chisel)
Wrapper: Ecuador (Habano)
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic
Strength: Full
Facebook: La Flor Dominicana
Twitter: @LFDAndrew

La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Chisel

La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Chisel

Appearance and Construction: I remember when the first Chisel came out and how it got a WTF?!? from many people. There were debates on how to cut it and what have you. Some say a hole punch, and some say to clip it but I think Rush Limbaugh got it right, just pinch it. For me that works best. The Habano wrapper from Ecuador has a nice oily sheen to it, and of course some veins to it. There is one ugly one an the cigar I am using as my final smoke for review (I’ve smoked about a box so far) and the cigar has a really hefty weight to it. There are no soft spots present, the foot is well packed and very clean looking.

Flavor & Notes: The one thing I am really in love with is the pre light draw on the Air Bender series. The cold draw offers up a really nice spice that reminds me of molasses with a hint of hickory notes and it is very tasty to say the least. The foot of the cigar has a similar note to the nose with some sweetness present as well. The first third of the cigar has a nice sweetness to it with some nuts present as well. The cigar is simple but tasty at this point. When the second third of the cigar is breached the sweetness becomes a nicely defined caramel, with a touch of mocha and coffee. It’s almost like a caramel mocha latte in a cigar ∗chuckle∗. The final third of the cigar becomes stronger then the first two thirds with notes pretty much the same as the 2nd third making this a very enjoyable smoke.

Smoking Characteristics: Even with the pinching of the end the draw on this cigar was perfect with only the slightest resistance. The light color ash h...

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