Two tweaks to the blend give this Goldie an amped-up profile.
It’s being made at a new factory, but the blend and vitola remain the same as the original.
The company says the expansion creates a one-stop cigar packaging service.
After being discontinued in 2016, the cigar is back for a limited edition release.
Gomez fills the spot vacated by Alan Rubin.
The next time you see some sizes of the Bocock Brothers World Traveler Connecticut and Habano lines on store shelves, it might just be in…