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Special Offer for TSL Readers: Quo Vadimus


From TheSportingLife.net – Just got in touch with Mark over at Quo Vadimus cigars and he wanted to pass along to some cigar savings to the readers of the Sporting Life. Each of these things is hand rolled and is an excellent smoke, well worth the initial investment.

For readers of TheSportingLife.Net, Quo Vadimus will provide:

Free Priority Mail Shipping with every order.
10% discount on all full bundles
10% discount on all single sticks.

In addition, we do a 2-for-1 plan. For each single stick
you buy we give a free “Lil Jp” which is a 5″ x 34 stick.

When they place the order, all they need to do is refer to
TheSportingLife.Net and that will get them the discounts.

Read on for more info or check them out here.

Mike writes:

Quo Vadimus cigars are entirely handmade, by skilled Grade-9 master rollers
who have recently relocated here from Havana. My two rollers spent over
twenty-five years at the La Gloria factory in Havana.

Our cigars are now featured in some of the finest restaurants and hotels in
South Florida as well as select retailers. We recently rolled cigars at
the ADT LPGA event held at Trump International and it was an incredible
success. It’s our ultimate goal to have a very small and exclusive cigar,
and we never intend to be a mass marketed cigar. Our business model is
much like the early Graycliff before they branched out and the quality
dropped. One cigar, one brand, exceptional quality.

Product Page [Quo Vadimus]

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