Monday, November 30, 2015

Cigar of the Month: Indian Motorcycle!

This is going to be a quick one, kids, because I'm going to try to get back on track after my hiatus. Had I been a wonderfully organized person, I would have come back on the 25th of a month, keeping the giveaways organized. Hahaha. But no. That could never happen.*

So this month, we're giving away this box of goodness, which includes a box signed by Phil Zhengi and five cigars, which, while at the Rhode Island launch of the cigar, organized and hosted by our pal Paul of Mr. J's Havana, Phil gave us to give to you:** We're giving you the basic info for now and we'll make it much more lively soon!***

Travel down to the bottom of the page for the contest entries!

Maybe one of us is a little obsessed with Lego people.
Maybe someone else who lives in this house should stop saying I have enough of them.

No, you do NOT get the Lego builder. We need him for cutting off our caps. And he only works for a little, so we can afford him.

The cigars come in two varieties:

Wrapper: Habano Ecuador
Binder: Dominican San Vincente
Filler: HVA Ligero, Nicaraguan Seco, Piloto Cubano
Country of Origin: Dominican Republic (De Los Reyes)

...and the Maduro:
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic, Central America
Strength: Medium-Full

Available sizes:
Robusto: 5 x 50
Toro: 6 x 52
Gordo: 6 x 58
Churchill: 7 1/2 x 50

Inside box reads:
Indian Motorcycles, America’s First Motorcycle Company™ and Debonaire® have joined to capture the essence of the brand’s heritage with a new ultra-premium cigar range.
Since 1901 Indian Motorcycles® has produced some of the most iconic American V-Twin motorcycles. The Indian Motorcycle® Ultra Premium Cigars developed by 6th generation cigar markers truly are ultra-premium.
These cigars a blend of the most sought after Central American, Dominican, and American tobaccos produced.  This exquisite blend an inviting, full-flavored, well-balanced smoking experience with a quality befitting of today’s most revered motorcycle brands.

*Being organized, I mean.

**And we're passing them on to you, and not keeping any, because that's the right thing to do. Plus, I hid them from Valentino so he couldn't "accidentally" smoke them.

***Probably. added later: That was an empty promise. I haven't changed anything except adding these two sentences. And this kitten picture:
Me, wondering what you're getting me for my birthday.


  1. What's the strength of the habano wrapper? Why must you inslave the indigenous Legopian tribe to do your demeaning tasks?

  2. I have a Sith Apprentice Legopian do my cigar cutting. It's part of his training. Mwahahahahaha. The rule of two in play.

  3. Never heard of these so I'm interested. Ohhh happy early birthday Valentino 🎉💨

  4. happy birthday Penny! i've not smoked any Indian Motorcycle cigars. thx very much for the giveaway!

  5. You say it's your's my birthday too yeah. Well not really mine too, that's just how the song goes! Hard to pick a favorite cigar. As of late I've been focusing in on Caldwell lineup and liking it!

  6. Happy Birthday Penny! I have never smoked a Debonaire or an Indian Motorcycle cigar but I have heard so many great things from friends. Thank you for the opportunity to win some.

  7. Another awesome giveaway! You're pretty! Happy Birthday! Favorite cigar- Senorial. Btw, not sure who the person bellow "Shuttlecock" is supposed to be, but I think you linked it wrong.

  8. Happy early Birthday Penny! Will you be 25 this year? Still looking pretty as ever!

  9. Happy birthday Penny.. Looking georgous as always.. I had an Indian in NO.. Their booth was between mine and the Cigar and Spirits lounge.. Ha nice smokes..

  10. Love to try an Indian Motorcycle

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  12. Happy Birthday Penny. Never had an Indian, Thanks for the contest

  13. I love these contests, great way to find new sticks to try.

  14. Happy early Birthday Penny!Have not tried an Indian yet!

  15. Happy early Birthday Penny!Have not tried an Indian yet!


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