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September 2016 News


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Gurkha Cellar Reserve 

Rated 97 by Cigar Journal, Top 10 Cigar of the Year

The Vintage Cellar Reserve uses the finest quality 15-year-old aged tobacco, comprised of an oily Criollo 1998 wrapper, that combines an aged Dominican olor binder with a 15-year-old Dominican filler. Housed in unique wooden boxes that aesthetically evoke a maturing wine barrel, the Cellar Reserve is a delicious medium to full-bodied cigar that is full of flavor and complexity. 

 


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The Classic Cigar: Havana Blend

The Classic Cigar: Havana Blend has been perfected using a proprietary binder and filler with twenty different changes of the blend just to get it right. With a San Andres Wrapper, the Classic Cigar: Havana Blend is a box-pressed, medium body, full-flavor cigar including earthy, nutty undertones made in Nicaragua. 

"After a few years of searching for the right wrapper and combination of tobaccos, we created this beautiful San Andres wrapped Nicaraguan masterpiece. We are very proud to unveil it as our best creation from East India Trading Company yet. A cigar worthy of its name: A true Classic, said Juan Lopez, National Sales Director and part of the East India blending team.


vinter michael gillMichael Gill Cellars

Nestled within the rolling landscape of oak trees, the vineyards are small, potent, and exquisite. The westside Paso Robles coastal estate takes full advantage of the excellent natural conditions: the mountainous terroir is known for its rocky, calcareous soil, and differing levels of hillside sun exposure allow vineyards to be specifically sites for each varietal. 

This gives founding vintner, Michael Gill, the opportunity to cultivate luxurious wines unmatched in quality. Inspired by the historicism and beauty of illustrious French hunting lodges, the tasting room inspires images of time gone by. Nestled in the midst of surrounding vineyards and centuries-old oaks, it evokes a classicism and undulgence often unfound in Paso Robles.