La Gloria Cubana Tabletop Torch

This month on Cigar World we're giving away one of the most sought after lighters. A La Gloria Cubana Tabletop Torch. 

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    T-Rex

    (4 days ago)

    My favorite always in my humi!

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    Coot

    (4 days ago)

    Agreat tasting cigar

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    Cor

    (5 days ago)

    Serie R #7 Madura...my first favorite and still solid. Has gotten a little smoother over the years. Enjoy and give yourself time for this one!!!

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    Rick67

    (5 days ago)

    I am a Serie R Maduro lover. This is the best stick that I’ve ever had.

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    Dee

    (6 days ago)

    The Esteli is a very good cigar. Smooth and flavorful.

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    Bigw10921

    (6 days ago)

    I love the Wavell in Maduro. Great after dinner

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    Santamike

    (6 days ago)

    This Cigar surprised me! It smoked well, and the taste was very satisfying. Yea

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    Ricky

    (6 days ago)

    The Serie R is a mainstay in my humidor. Smooth, flavorful smoke that never disappoints. If you're felling adventurous you can spice it up with a Serie R Maduro!

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    Phs

    (6 days ago)

    The Series R was one of the best cigars I've smoked, perfect flavor, draw was excellent, perfect construction, I can say, excellent cigar for the medium to full bodied s.pker

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    Big Pete OG

    (14 days ago)

    Enjoyable evening smoke with Chianti, my wife and dog!

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    Herman

    (15 days ago)

    Smooth

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    Texas Holy Smokes

    (17 days ago)

    The Serie R was the La Gloria that got me hooked on Conn. BL. The profile is right in the sweet spot between Med and Full and the Nicaraguan tobacco adds some spice. This was a great cigar with my coffee.

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    Cgardad

    (18 days ago)

    full-bodied, well-constructed cigar, That's why I absolutely love it and can’t stop coming back for more. Balance of Brazilian, Dominican, Mexican, and Nicaraguan filler leaves wrapped inside a dark, Ecuadorian wrapper. You’re left with is something worth getting excited over. So get down with La Gloria Cubana, right about...now.

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    Texas Rebel

    (18 days ago)

    Tried one of these a few years ago. Friend of mine smoked these.

    Pretty damn good cigar in my opinion.

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    Matt78JM

    (19 days ago)

    I’ve been smoking Serie R over 15 years and by far the best cigar. It’s the only cigar I smoke these day unless I get free ones as gifts

    To have this lighter would go great with my La Gloria Cubana cutter

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    Herman

    (20 days ago)

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    BrotherIce

    (20 days ago)

    The La Gloria Cubana Corona Gorda. The original. This was my first cigar and the cigar which started my Freshman year into the world of cigars.

    Paired with a simple guillotine cutter and a box of wooden matches. My cigar mentor gave me a table book to review, instructions on when to smoke my first stogie, how to smoke it, where I should light up at and the nuances to be on the look out for.

    I paired it with a glass of San Pelligrino cut with some pear nectar and a lounge chair in my loft apartment with a view of the moonlit sky. Put on some Grover Washington Jr...Mr Magic, toasted the foot, lit that baby and pushed out that first pull and the rest was history. I've been smoking them since. Grab a case and when you want a easy consistent medium body moment, La Gloria's Cubana Corona Gorda brings the satisfaction.

    Of course since 1995 I've ventured thru most of the new lines and I'm always open to something new.

    Brother Ice