The new blend comprises an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Nicaraguan binder, and Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers. Initially, they’ll be offered in a 6 x 60 format (the vitola is called Magnum) at $11.50 per cigar.
A.J. Fernandez Cigars, known for producing some of the finest cigars in the industry is proud to announce Robbie Streitz as their new Nation Sales Manager. Robbie will manage the sales force from A.J. Fernandez headquarters located in Sunrise, Florida.
Miami Cigar & Co. will mark 25 years in the business with the official release of its new flagship cigars: the Nestor Miranda Collection. The cigars represent an effort to revamp the Nestor Miranda brand…
The La Jugada Nunchuck is designed to resemble a pair of nunchucks. Two cigars are connected the head of the cigar and will be sold as a pair, something completely unique to the cigar industry.
According to Altadis U.S.A., each 10-pack of H. Upmann Legacy Toro premium cigars comes set in a rustic wooden cigar mold featuring the H. Upmann logo engraved on the front.
Herrera was originally recruited by Drew Estate to create a signature brand illustrating his Cuban heritage and “Cubanesque” blending style.
The Camacho Ecuador, which begins shipping later this month, will feature an Ecuador Habano wrapper.
Regius Cigars is launching a new line, Exlusivo U.S.A., with a dinner event at Chicago’s Casa de Montecristo on May 29.
Melillo has no formal plans but is looking forward to creating new blends and brands in the premium cigar industry. Since the beginning of the year Melillo has been consulting on tobacco purchasing and cigar blending under his company Melillo International.
The Food and Drug Administration has made public its rules for regulating cigars. If we don’t act now, the cigar industry as we know it will cease to exist. Please click on the link and let your voice be heard. Your ability to enjoy premium cigars depends on it!