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Price Increases in the World of FDA Regulation

Cigar prices are going up. Over the the last few days, we’ve published stories about what user fees will look like in 2017; another about...
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Five Things: What the Aug. 8, 2016 FDA Date Means

Today, almost every cigar purchased in the U.S. will be sold in a manner much like they were sold on Sunday. And yet, today is...
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IPCPR 2016: Is There Any Way This Bubble Doesn’t Burst?

Since the early part of 2016 I’ve had a theory about this year’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, one that was developed without any concerns...
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Ten Questions for 2016

What a year it’s been. But enough reminiscing on that. It’s time for 2016 and before you move all of your 2014-purchased cigars into the...
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InterTabac 2015

Another year, another InterTabac. No, it’s not that depressing. I actually have come to love InterTabac, the European trade show that covers much more than...
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Livin’ a Treme Life: IPCPR 2015 Recap

It’s a Kermit Ruffins theme. Our goal this year was not only to give you more coverage of the IPCPR Convention & Trade Show than...
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IPCPR 2015: Dear Readers

For the most part, I believe our coverage of this year’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show speaks for itself, on paper. There was more live...
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Editorial: On Five Years

I’m sitting at my computer—or at least I was when I wrote this—and I thought to myself, “it’s mid-to-late June, when did I start TheCigarFeed again?”...
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A Visit to Procesadora de Tabaco Palmarejo (Davidoff)

In January, Brooks Whittington and I (Charlie Minato) visited Davidoff’s operations in the Dominican Republic. It was an educational trip every day, but particularly the...
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XIKAR’s Allume Replacement Is A Big Deal

We are just a few weeks into spring and the cigar industry, as it always seems to do, is getting busier. Earlier today, we published a...
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