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Camacho Close Out Sales!
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8/1/2013 2:34:00 PM  
Camacho Triple Maduro On Sale
Truly a collectors dream, each display box comes with 18 cigars of 3 sizes list below at 65% off! Camacho Diploma Series of Cigars; This Full-bodied, monster cigar is comprised of the finest and Full flavored of Authentic Corojo crop. The words Quinto Corte or Fifth Priming refer to the top-most leaves of the Corojo plant. These leaves are carefully picked last and receive the most exposure to the sun and other natural elements giving them their rich, unique, and Full flavored taste.

18 - 11/18 (6 x 54) SRP: $11.00
18 – Diploma (5 ½ x 50) SRP: $10.00
18 – 07/05 (6 x 52) SRP: $10.50

SALE: $198.45
MSRP: $567.00!!
The Camacho Triple Maduro line is the first to use all maduro tobaccos, Wrapper, Binder and Filler tobaccos. Made in the Camacho factory in Honduras with an overall production of only 300,000 cigars. Packed with lots of earthy maduro flavors, these cigars are very well balanced great burn despite the use of maduro tobacco, these babies are packed with robust spicy sweetness.

11 /18 Perfecto (6 x 54)
- $107.10
MSRP: $283.50

Robusto (4.5 x 50) - $97.44
MSRP: $241.50

Gordo (6 x 60) - $116.35
MSRP: $286.60

Torpedo (6.25 x 52) - $112.16
MSRP: $280.36
07/05 18-PK

SALE: $94.50
MSRP: $189.00
11/18 18-PK

SALE: $99.00
MSRP: $198.00

SALE: $90.00
MSRP: $180.00
SALE: $55.20
MSRP: $138.00
SALE: $58.00
MSRP: $145.00

SALE: $58.00
MSRP: $145.00
6 x 60 PACKS 5/4

SALE: $60.80
MSRP: $152.00

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Los Hermanos Corona Gorda - Coming Soon
2/24/2012 4:01:00 PM  
Los Hermanos Corona Gorda (5 5/8 x 46) Review

The Corona Gorda is the the first of two new sizes we will be releasing in the Los Hermanos line in the very near future, the other being a Box-Pressed Robusto (5 1/2 x 52). The Corona Gorda that I am smoking today was created by the great people of Casa Fernandez and Tropical Tobacco, at the Raices Cubanas factory in Nicaragua. The Box-Pressed Robusto will come out of Tropical's Miami factory, the release is TBD. I was a big fan of the first run of Los Hermanos, available here, especially the Robusto. I am generally more attracted to smaller rings, and with all the strength and nuances that the larger gauges had, I'm really excited to see how the blend does in a Corona size.

Construction / Pre-light:

This size of the Los Hermanos sports the same reddish hued Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper, the cigar itself has an earthy aroma to it while foot gives off a spicy pepper when inhaled through the nose. The cigar is well packed, with no soft or hard spots to speak of. The pre-light draw is sweet tobacco again with some spice.

First Third:

The Los Hermanos Corona starts off with a peppery blast of spice, an undercurrent of earthiness with an almost creamy bittersweet cocoa flavor. The draw is absolutely spot on perfect, the burn also while a little bit wavy is also very good. As the cigar progresses, there is a bit of a leathery flavor, with the spice still in the mix, with a cedar note on the finish.

Second Third:

The thick, rich smoke is heavy on the palate leaving a long creamy, leathery finish. This may not be to appealing if it wasn't for the sweetness of the tobacco that remains in the background. The cigar is probably medium - full at this point, it does have a bit of a sneaky character to it. It doesn't seem all that full and then all of a sudden you notice the strength creeping up on you. The flakey white ash falls off fairly easily on this sample, while another I smoked was like a rock.. Maybe the humidity of the cigar adjusting. There is a definite new-ness in this blend that has to be taken into account. By the time we make them available to customers, they will have had more time to settle.

Last Third:

In the last third the upfront spice has died down.. The cigar has become medium - full bordering on full.. but hasn't gotten bitter. The flavor nuances are mostly earthy with some sweetness and cedar behind it. A thoroughly enjoyable smoke. Smoke time was a little over an hour, I basically nubbed it.


The Corona size of the Los Hermanos predictably gives much more attention to the Nicaraguan Cafe Colorado Corojo wrapper. It allows the fillers and binders to play less of a dominant role in the overall profile of the cigar. This ends up working well for this blend, while not ultra complex, the cigar's Nicaraguan profile is packed full of positive flavors. It will satisfy the spice-aholics, and also people looking for a lot of flavor and body in a small package. Like I mentioned these will definitely do well with a few weeks of aging in our warehouse. Another great creation by Paul Palmer, Arsenio Ramos, and the rest of the folks at Casa Fernandez. These guys make great stuff!!



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Atlantic Cigar Company Moving Headquarters
By admin
2/10/2012 1:23:00 PM  

Atlantic Cigar Company Moving Headquarters

With our continued growth over the last few years it has become time once again for us to move our operations into a larger space. We will be moving to a new location just outside Philadelphia, PA in nearby Folcroft, PA. In the past few years we have experienced tremendous growth and would like to thank all of our customers for supporting us over the past 15 years. We will miss our local friends, and also the folks who traveled to stop in to see us however we hope to provide those customers our great Internet / mail order service. We are extremely excited about Philadelphia, it's a great city and we're looking forward to planting our feet there and continue on this journey of providing the best products and service in the industry.

The retail store in Stroudsburg’s last day open will be this Saturday, February 11th. We will be having a going away Party / Sale Saturday, from 12PM to 5PM. Stop by, bid us farewell, and grab some great deals while your at it. As we've mentioned to our regulars, we're only a click of the mouse or a phone call away. Most of our customers will attest to the fact that when you call us, your talking to people that are passionate about cigars and the industry, and we love what we do and it shows. To our national and international mail-order customers, there will be no downtime or interruptions on the website or on the phones. The move will be transparent to you folks, you may hear a little excitement in our voices as we settle into our new surroundings, but that'll be about all.


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What's New This Week - December 26th, 2011
By admin
12/26/2011 12:31:00 PM  

What's New This Week at Atlantic! - December 26th, 2011

Cain Exclusive Collection Lancero Sampler

Cain Exclusive Collection Lancero Sampler

This extremely limited sampler from Oliva's Studio Tobac contains 9 (nine) limited and hard to find cigars that are have all been well received. Each Cain Collection Lancero Sampler contains four (4) Cain F Lanceros, four (4) Cain Daytona Lanceros and a limited edition Culebra. The Cain F and Daytona Lancero's have only been released so far in an event sampler given out during the Studio Tobac / Cain Event Tour. We only have a few of the Cain Collection Lancero Sampler's so if your interested, don't wait too long, these will be gone soon!

La Aurora Preferidos Gran Reserva 2003 Corojo #1

La Aurora Preferidos Gran Reserva 2003 Corojo #1

The La Aurora Preferidos Gran Reserva 2003 cigars are a special release by the La Aurora Cigar Compnay, one of the oldest cigar companies in the Dominican Republic. The La Aurora Preferidos Gran Reserva 2003 was introduced at ay the 2011 IPCPR trade show. The blend is comprised of aged vintage Dominican filler tobaccos and wrapped in a spicy rich Corojo wrapper. The blend delivers rich flavors of spice with hints of pepper and sweetness, a medium to full bodied smoke. The cigars were rolled in 2003 and since then have been aging in La Aurora special aging rooms until now. As expected these are in limited supply so be sure to grab a box today before then are gone.

Illusione Claro in Robusto ~88~ Churchill ~888~ and Lancero ~hl~

Illusione Claro 88 RobustoIllusione Claro 888 ChurchillIllusione hl Claro lancero

We currently have a few boxes of the latest Claro wrapped versions of the Illusione core line. A flavorful Nicaraguan blend combined with the unique flavor of a Candela wrapper gives these popular boutiques a new dimension. Give them a shot, it's definitely something new to keep your palatte guessing. Available in mainly single cigars are the Illusione ~88~ Claro Robusto, Illusione ~888~ Claro Churchill, and ~hl~ Holy Lancero Claro.

All Illusione cigars are made from first generation Corojo ’99, Criollo ’98 seeds, and finished with a triple cap in the premier Raices Cubanas factory. Illusione cigars deliver a taste and a quality of smoke rarely found in today’s market. All of Illusione cigars are made in small-batch quantities to maintain quality and consistency.



La Flor Dominicana Factory Press IVLa Flor Dominicana Factory Press IV

The latest La Flor Dominicana Limited Edition Factory Press IV is in stock. Available in Singles and in 12-Pack Trays from the master box.

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New Closeouts from Don Pepin at Atlantic Cigar Co!
By admin
10/28/2011 9:35:00 AM  
New Cigar Closeouts

EO Brands 601 Blue Label Maduro!

This dynamite Nicaraguan, blended by Don Pepin Garcia is not a typical cigar brand you would see in the closeout bin. Rich Maduro flavor, balanced spice and sweetness give the 601 Blue Label awesome character. This is no cheap cigar.. Check it out, these highly rated cigars are going for 56% off MSRP and will not last long.

Don Pepin Garcia Vegas Cubanas

Another premium cigar brand from Cuban legend Don Pepin Garcia on closeout! The Vegas Cubanas is one of Pepin's tamer blends, falling into the medium body profile, with a smoother, creamier flavor than some of his more full body cigars. If your looking to try some of Jose "Don Pepin" Garcia's superior blending, at a cheap cigars brand price, the Vegas Cubanas is a great closeout to try.

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E.P. Carrillo Core Line Maduro No. 4 Corona – IPCPR Sample
7/21/2011 11:23:00 AM  

Ernesto Carrillo has extended his very successful and extremely well crafted stable of brands to include a Broadleaf Maduro version of his regular production Core Line. I got my hands on the No. 4 Corona  (5 1/8 x 42) this morning and I’m going to give it a whirl.

E.P. Carrillo Core Line Maduro Corona Review

The cigar has a very dark and rustic Maduro appearance, does not look to be cooked or dyed in any way.  Has some of that classic barnyard, earthy smell to it. Construction is very solid; the cigar is well packed with tobacco.  Pre-light draw has bittersweet cocoa and classic tobacco flavors.  After lighting up this small corona, due to the firmness of the cigar I thought the draw would be tight, but on the contrary, ample smoke is pulling through this mini maduro. Right off the bat I notice the increase in strength in relation to the regular Natural wrapped EP Carrillo Core Line.

Starting off, I’m getting a lot of spice through the nose with an initial blast of spicy cocoa flavors.  The aroma is mostly rich maduro smoke, thick with sweet flavors. Because of the small ring gauge of the Corona size of this E.P. Carrillo Maduro, the Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper is dominating the flavor of the cigar. This is not a bad thing, by the way! The ash holds firm for about an inch or so on this small stick showing you the cigar is definitely well packed. As I move into the second third, I’m starting to notice the Sumatra binder is adding a nice spiciness to the finish.  Similar sweet and cocoa rich maduro flavors continue through the rest of the smoke as it continues to build some body. As I smoke my way into the last third, I’m getting more spice on the finish, as the rich maduro flavors continue.

 E.P. Carrillo Core Line Maduro Corona Review

Overall I think the Carrillo family has worked their magic once again. As far as blending is considered, this cigar has everything a maduro lover can ask for. Rich, sweet, cocoa flavors mixed with just the right amount of earthiness and spice. While the Corona offered more wrapper flavor, I can’t wait to try a larger ring to see how Ernesto Carrillo’s filler and binder blend changes the overall flavor. With Carrillo, you can’t miss, especially at the Core Line price point. If you like Maduro, definitely watch out for this one.

 E.P. Carrillo Core Line Maduro Corona Review

Keep your eyes peeled on the Blog, Facebook and Twitter for the latest releases as they come in. For now, you can visit our E.P. Carrillo Core Line Maduro page and put yourself on the list to be notified when they come in.

Keep on smoking!


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Happy Holidays From Atlantic Cigar!
By admin
12/21/2010 3:44:00 PM  
Happy Holidays from Atlantic Cigar!

While we are usually focused on what you, our customers are ordering and smoking, I wanted to turn the tables on our staff and check what's on their present lists this year. I decided to poll the office and find out if an unnamed benifactor decided to buy them a nice spankin' new box of stogies for the holidays what would it be?

Here's a quick look into the Atlantic staff tastebuds,

Don Pepin Garcia Blue Label Invictos (A solid go to smoke)
- The "Lock" - Permanent Intern and General Warehouse Guy

J. Fuego Seventy Six Toro (Great spicy, sweet smoke for the money)
- El Hefe - El Presidente, The Man with the Plan, Etc..

Padron 1926 Serie #9 Maduro (High Roller eh?, Killer smoke, hands down)
- Jimmy "The Jet" - The Man Bleeds Green

Ernesto Perez Carillo Edicion Limitada 2010
(Another amazing creation, Cigar of the Year anyone?)
- Bert "Woods" - Call Center Mgr Until he Makes the PGA

Tatuaje 7th Reserva (One of Tatuaje's better releases of 2010)
G Money $$ - Master of all things Nerdy, Human Smokestack

Drew Estate Acid Deep Dish (Tasty Blue Label Infusions)
-Gauge Bon Jersey - Packer, Taper, & Wrapper (& Rapper sometimes..)

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