Liberty Tobacco opened its doors for business in 1975 and is San Diego's oldest, independent retail tobacco shop. We carry a wide range of imported cigars such as Arturo Fuente, Avo, Davidoff, Don Pepin, Padron, and more. Our hi-grade briar pipes and pipe tobacco's are unparalleled with brands such as Castello, Dunhill, Erik Nording, Lorenzo, Meerschaum, Peterson, Savinelli, Stanwell, Vauen, and we also offer other luxury tobacco products such as General Snus and several imported cigarettes.
In addition to our other fine products we carry only the finest accessories such as Davidoff, Dupont, Daniel Marshall, Xikar, Zippo.... for all smokers.
Our lounge consists of five HD plasma TV's, "NFL Sunday Ticket", and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, so you can come in, enjoy a smoke, and relax!
Liberty's wholesale division services many of San Diego's finest restaurants, hotels, and golf courses, including event services such as Cigar Bars! Now with two locations to serve you, the largest selection, & lowest prices, we are certain to meet all of your tobacco needs.
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Every couple years tobacco taxes are proposed in California. The reason is that tobacco is an easy target. Read the latest proposal from an LA Times article.
The Macanudo Estate Reserve Jamaica 2013 will be on sale all week long at Liberty Tobacco Kearny Mesa, 11/2/2014 Thru 11/8/2014!
Tasting notes: The aroma of this cigar had some delicious sweet notes to it. The initial draw was about a 6 out... of 10 but opened up after a few puffs. Most Macanudos (at least the traditional ones) are on the very mild side (perfect morning cigars and great for new cigar smokers). This cigar, although mild, was complex and smooth throughout. As I got about halfway through the smoke it started to pick up some new flavors…all of which were good. This cigar, which has a larger price tag than most Macanudos, is definitely worth your time. I would easily put this against any of the Davidoffs in terms of quality and taste. “Each Macanudo Estate Reserve cigar comes packaged in individual coffins. Due to the limited availability of Jamaican tobacco, production quantities were extremely limited and once they’re sold out, they’re gone for good.” (Cigar International)
Cigar Rights of America is the only lobby actively protecting your cigar and pipe tobacco rights.
November 04, 2014 is fast approaching.
The impending mid-term election promises to be a pivotal one that could alter the balance of power in Washington.
With that, CRA would like to recognize those individuals that serve as elected representatives in the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate who have stood up for premium cigars and have supported a legislative exemption from FDA regulation as co-sponsors on both H.R. 792 and S. 772 respectively.
CRA would like to publicly thank the co-sponsors of H.R. 792 and S. 772 who have stood up for Cigar Liberty!
Sale runs from 10/12/14 to 10/19/14!
Style: Robusto (54 x 5 ¼)
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Price: $8.95 (box of 20)
Tasting notes: The newest creation from the Master Jose Seijas. Senor Seijas has revived (hence the name “Renacer”) this old brand which originally debuted in 1876. My first impression of this cigar was one of delight and high expectations. I thought it would be on the fuller side of medium but it has taken a turn for the more mild side of the flavor spectrum. The draw rates a solid 7 out of 10 and I did have to relight it a few times (the shop was busy in the morning). I would agree with Jon G.’s assessment that it is reminiscent of an AVO from Davidoff. A nice mild smoke for the first cigar of the day.
Between April 26, 2010 and November 27, 2013 the U.S. Food & Drug Administration publicly posted their intent to deem cigars as subject to federal regulation. Therefore, it's incumbent upon the cigar enthusiasts of the United States to voice their opposition to any proposed new regulation of premium/traditional cigars by the United States Government.
Join us at Liberty Tobacco in Kearny Mesa for Olivia Day, Friday, October 10th! Olivia cigars will be on sale, there will be prizes, and a BBQ!
See you there!
The San Cristobal Elegancia will be on sale 10/5/14 thru 10/12/14 at Liberty Tobacco in Kearny Mesa!
Wrapper: Ecuador Connecticut
Price: $8.75 (Box of 25)
Tasting notes: A fantastic draw right out of the gate (8.5 out of 10). This cigar is right in the sweet spot for price and for strength…medium bodied and perfect for a morning smoke. San Cristobal has made quite a resurgence in popularity here at Liberty Tobacco and with good reason: they’re making great cigars. Towards the middle it shifted down to mellow and continued to be a great morning stick. I wouldn’t go so far as to say that it was “layered with notes of oak, pepper, earth, coffee, and cream” but apparently someone at Cigars International felt that way. This cigar was great to the (not) bitter end. If you’re looking for an excellent cigar at any time of the day this one definitely fits the bill. I can’t recommend this enough…way to go San Cristobal!!
The Montecristo Espada is a new release from Montecristo and is now on sale at Liberty Tobacco in Kearny Mesa! The sale will last thru September 21st, 2014! This is a wonderful new Nicaraguan with a Habano Jalapa Vintage 2010 wrapper, a Habano Jalapa Vintage 2009 binder, and Habano Condego Ligero Vintage 2009 fillers. Hurry in while the sale lasts!
On Friday, October 10th from 6pm to 9pm enjoy an evening of fine Scotch whiskey and cigars, all perfectly paired with exquisite Morton's cuisine. Whiskey Master Ed Adams will guide the evening through each tasting, and Liberty Tobacco will be on-site to provide cigars.
For details please stop in at Liberty Tobacco or contact
Nicole Cofee at 619-696-3369 or email@example.com.
GRAN HABANO REACHES OUT TO YOU TO HELP SAVE THEIR TRADEMARK
On August 6th, 2014 Gran Habano was notified by the U.S. Patent and Trademark office that "Gran Habano" is misleading the public. The Trade Mark office claims that because the name has "Habano" in it, that they are misleading the public to think that Gran Habano is selling cigars form Cuba.
First, sale of Cuban cigars in the U.S. is ILLEGAL.
Second all retail establishments know that Gran Habano products are not manufactured in Cuba and are grown in Honduras and Nicaragua. The labels on the product clearly state this!
Lastly the public buys Gran Habano cigars for the quality of the cigar not because they believe they are from Cuba!
This just an opening salvo and example of what government control and intrusion into an industry will produce! Remember there is a big push by the government to have the FDA regulate the cigar industry.
It is imperative that we contact our legislators and ask them to vote against any FDA regulation.
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