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This week, the Davis City Council unanimously passed the second reading of an ordinance that will prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco near the end of the coming summer. The ban will go into effect on Sept. 1, giving retailers within the city time to sell off existing stock, though given the state’s current directive...
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This week, the Davis City Council unanimously passed the second reading of an ordinance that will prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco near the end of the coming summer. The ban will go into effect on Sept. 1, giving retailers within the city time to sell off existing stock, though given the state’s current directive...
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At the 2020 Tobacco Plus Expo (TPE) in January, Villiger Cigars North America rolled out a new pair of cigars that both celebrates the brand’s new home in Brazil but also references the company’s history of more than 130 years. Named do Brasil—which means of Brasil in Portuguese—both cigars are Brazilian puros, one a Claro version...
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As of Monday, Nicaragua’s largest factory will be closed due to concerns about the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Drew Estate became the first large factory to announce that it was shutting down, a move that is likely to cause other Nicaraguan factories to evaluate whether they can continue to remain open. So far, seven factories have...
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This May, a new exclusive cigar from La Palina is scheduled to arrive on the shelves of Tobacconists’ Association of America retailers. At the TAA’s meeting this week, the company announced the La Palina White Label, a 6 x 50 toro vitola that uses a Honduran-grown Connecticut seed wrapper, a binder from Mexico’s San Andrés...
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Cities and states in the U.S. are beginning to undergo shutdowns in an effort to limit the spread of coronavirus COVID-19. While there are certainly more pressing concerns, this is a cigar blog. Below is a list of states where governments have issued statewide shutdowns that affect cigar shops: Michigan — Cigar shops and lounges...
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On Thursday, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed S.B. 56 into law, a bill that raises the minimum age to purchase and possess tobacco and nicotine delivery products immediately. The bill brings Kentucky into compliance with the recently enacted federal age increase, which was signed into law in December, while also making changes to definitions in...
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When a company that makes cigars hits a major milestone, the odds are there will be a special release made to commemorate the occasion and that is exactly what happened with a new cigar from Daniel Marshall, albeit with a very interesting twist. The humidor and cigar maker is celebrating 38 years in business by...
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