IPCPR 2013

IPCPR 2013: Palió

While Palió didn’t have anything brand new at the booth, they are still quite a ways away from where they started as a cutter company….

IPCPR 2013: Epicurean

This is easy. Steve Ysidron didn’t have anything new at the show, expect a release soon. For now, enjoy the photos. The BoothSimple and easy….

IPCPR 2013: Ezra Zion

We discussed this with Fred Rewey, but there are many different approaches taken by the Ezra Zion-distributed brands. Rewey travels to events than the boys…

IPCPR 2013: La Aurora And Miami Cigar & Co.

After years of launching a plethora of releases at IPCPR, Miami Cigar & Co. took an admitted step backwards. One new line, a few extensions…

IPCPR 2013: 262 Cigars

Things for 262 Cigars are staying mostly status quo with only a couple changes to their lineup. While this is a small company, this is…

IPCPR 2013: Illusione

Dion Giolito’s couches were back, and in high-demand. Illusione operates in a manner that is both simple and mysterious: make only good cigars while not…

IPCPR 2013: AKA Cigars

The last time we were in Las Vegas for the largest cigar trade show, AKA Cigars was without a booth. Two years later, the company…

IPCPR 2013: A.J. Fernandez

Not having as good a front-and-center spot as they did last year, A.J. Fernandez still had a very visible and accessible booth along the side….

IPCPR 2013: D’Crossier

D’Crossier had been on the radar since their May announcement of four new sizes being added to their Diplomacy Series Presidential Collection, but when a few…

IPCPR 2013: Prometheus

Take rare Fuente cigars and finely crafted humidors, lighters and cutters, as well as two new lines of Sencillo cigars, put them together in one…

IPCPR 2013: RoMa Craft Tobac

It was the second year of seeing RoMa Craft Tobac at IPCPR, and the booth was as busy as ever. It had an authentic feel,…