IPCPR 2016

IPCPR 2016: Dominican Big Leaguer Cigars

Although not a well known brand yet, Dominican Big Leaguer Cigars was founded in 2013 by Francisco Almonte, who was introduced to tobacco by his father,...
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IPCPR 2016: Black Label Trading Company

This year Black Label Trading Company was a part of the Boutiques Unified booth, which was light years better than stuck behind a six foot...
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IPCPR 2016: Drew Estate

Drew Estate’s booth was as massive as you remember it, and again was front and center as you enter the trade show floor. It’s been...
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IPCPR 2016: Perdomo

Stepping into the Perdomo booth at this year’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show elicited feelings of stepping into both the past and the future, without...
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IPCPR 2016: Córdoba & Morales

Husband and wife team Azarías and Emille Mustafa of Córdoba & Morales were happily greeting retailers in their booth, which this year was a part...
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IPCPR 2016: Cuba Rica

Cuba Rica Tabacalera had a colorful booth, with photos of Havana, old friends and new cigars. While they didn’t have much new to show off,...
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IPCPR 2016: La Palina

The new booth is bigger and more spread out, but thankfully, the coffee bar remains. La Palina is a staple at the IPCPR Convention &...
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IPCPR 2016: Lotus Group/Integral Logistics

The cigar accessory market can be a true battle somedays; at one level there are only so many ways to cut and light a cigar,...
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IPCPR 2016: Pure Aroma Cigars, Inc.

Best known for the D’Crossier brand, Pure Aroma Cigars, Inc. has taken big strides since gaining distribution by Espinosa Premium Cigars, sharing a booth for...
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IPCPR 2016: Colibri

Colibri has been making a big push to regain its place in the hands and humidors of retailers and consumer across the country, reinventing many...
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IPCPR 2016: MoyaRuiz Cigars

There was certainly no question about how Danny Moya and Nelson Ruiz felt about the new FDA regulations of premium cigars that are about go...
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