The majority of cigars sold by All Saints Cigars will be increasing in price due to what Micky Pegg, All Saints co-owner, cites as “increased costs associated with the production and transportation of our products.”

Five of the seven vitolas in the All Saints Dedicación line will increase, with prices changing between 1.8 percent and 3.2 percent depending on the vitola. Both the Coach and Vespers sizes will remain the same price.

In addition, five of the six sizes in the St. Francis line will increase between 1.8 percent and 4.1 percent, while the price for the Vesper vitolas will not change.

The Dedicación Habano Churchill will increase by 4.3 percent while the remaining five sizes in the line will not see a price increase.

Finally, three sizes in the company’s St. Francis Colorado line—the Robusto, Toro and Churchill—will increase in price between 1.8 percent and 4.3 percent, while the prices of the Huge, Mitre and Vesper vitolas vitolas will remain unchanged.

The increases go into effect on Sept. 1.

The following chart is a live look at what companies have announced price increases or no price increase for 2022.

CompanyPrice Increase
Alec BradleyYes
All Saints CigarsNo
Altadis U.S.A.Yes
Arturo FuenteYes
ATL Cigar Co.No
Battleground CigarsNo
Black Star Line CigarsYes
Blanco Cigar Co.Yes
Bocock BrothersNo
Casa CuevasYes.
Cavalier GenèveYes
Crowned HeadsYes
Crux Cigars Yes
Dapper Cigar Co.Yes
Davidoff of Geneva USAYes
Dunbarton Tobacco & TrustYes
E.P. CarrilloYes
Emperors CutYes
Epic CigarsYes
Espinosa Premium CigarsNo
General Cigar Co.Yes
German Engineered CigarsYes
Gran HabanoYes
Habanos S.A.Yes
Hiram & SolomonYes
HVC CigarsYes
J.C. NewmanYes
Jake Wyatt Cigar Co.No
JRE Tobacco Co.Yes
La SirenaYes
Los CaidosNo
Matilde Cigar Co.Yes
Miami Cigar & Co.Yes
Nat CiccoYes
Plasencia 1865Yes
Platinum NovaNo
Rocky PatelYes
RoMa Craft TobacYes
Southern DrawYes
Ventura Cigar Co.Yes
Villiger Cigars North AmericaNo
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I have been smoking cigars for over eight years. A documentary wedding photographer by trade, I spent seven years as a photojournalist for the Dallas Morning News and the Fort Worth Star Telegram. I started the cigar blog SmokingStogie in 2008 after realizing that there was a need for a cigar blog with better photographs and more in-depth information about each release. SmokingStogie quickly became one of the more influential cigar blogs on the internet, known for reviewing preproduction, prerelease, rare, extremely hard-to-find and expensive cigars. I am a co-founder of halfwheel and now serve as an editor for halfwheel.