UPDATE: this contest is now closed
Our winners this week were dmcphers (2nd place) & heelsandagun (1st place)
Thank you to all that entered and congrats to our winners!
ALSO: take a look at our top 10 finalists
It’s Wednesday, November 11th – just another “hump day”, other than the fact that our country has elected its 45th president. And whether you’re happy, sad, or scared, I’m sure we can all agree we’re glad it’s finally over! It’s time to focus on the next American task at hand: Veteran’s Day.
Contest Theme: Veteran’s Day
Show your appreciation for the courageous men and women that have served our country this week!
- Thank a veteran and commemorate them on the Dojo
- Smoke an American cigar
- Show us your US/military memorabilia
- Smoke a cigar with a vet
You get the idea! Now run with it…
To enter the contest:
- Take a photo that involves the cigars and Veteran’s Day theme
- Post your picture on the Cigar Dojo app
- Include hashtag #dojo4Vets
There will be ONE Grand Prize winner this week. D’Crossier has long embraced their support for our great country with the Diplomacy Series. The cigars gained their latest addition this summer with the new Pennsylvania Avenue cigars, introduced at the 2016 IPCPR show. This 12-count box of “Wide Toro” cigars features the message, “Protect our rights and freedoms in the land of the free,” on the box’s face. The cigars use a 5⅛” x 58 vitola and showcase a beautiful Habano Criollo Especial wrapper, a Habano binder, and fillers from Brazil and the Dominican Republic. The cigars are described as medium to full body with a full range of flavors, being aged in brand owner Santana Diaz’s humidor for approximately 19 months.
There will be ONE Runner-up winner this week. Our second place winner this week will receive a full, unopened box as well! The Presidential Collection was among the original releases in the series. There are ten, 5⅛” x 58 cigars in D’Crossier’s signature “Bullet” size—an attractive, short torpedo with a covered, pigtail foot. The blend is dark, savory, and on the fuller-bodied side; using a Costa Rican wrapper, Ecuadorian binder, and Dominican fillers.