Dale talks about his cigartourism.com
trip to the Dominican Republic that he took with his wife, Terry. A herf line submission from Carl Holtman about his experiences on the D.R. trip. Listener mail from Jay LeDou about last week's unbanded. The unbanded cigar this week, a CAO - LX2 Belicoso, was suggested by Jay LeDou.
Cigar of the Week - La Aurora Broadway.
Currently the Broadway is available in one size, a Sumo Toro (5.75 x 54) and features a double wrapper of Ecuadorian-grown, Sumatra-seed and Nicaraguan leaves, a Dominican Corojo binder and filler tobaccos grown in the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Peru. The La Aurora Broadway Series is only available from tobacconists in New York for $12.75 (price includes NY 75% tax). Made especially for New York keeping in mind the confiscatory taxes levied in that market.
What's My Band? - #948, CAO - LX2 Belicoso, suggested by Jay LeDou
Palio Cutter Contest: Craig Burcky from Florida won the black Palio Cutter in January. Enter the February contest now to win a silver Palio Cutter.
Do you have a Herf Line Review? If you call and leave a cigar review on the herf line and it is played on the show, you will receive a DogWatch Cigar Radio patch! You can reach the Herfline at 321-594-4373 - or cigar.radio
on Skype. You can also send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Origin of the term HERF: From Cigar Craig, http://cigarcraig.wordpress.com/2009/09/29/the-ori…
Do you have a suggestion for the unbanded cigar of the week? Every week Bob and Dale include an “unbanded cigar” segment in their show in which they smoke a cigar without any markings and give their honest opinions. Bob then opens a sealed envelope and discovers the cigar’s name and manufacturer. If you have suggestions for the "What's My Band?" segment, please send them to email@example.com
Music provided by the Figurados from their new album, "Lesson Two," and The Surfonics.