IPCPR 2018

Davidoff is the official sponsor of halfwheel's coverage of the 2018 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

IPCPR 2018: Gurkha

I didn’t make it over to the Gurkha booth until day four, but to very little surprise, the company was still writing orders. I suppose…

IPCPR 2018: Dominion Cigar Inc.

After releasing two new blends at last year’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show—one of which was a Canadian exclusive—Dominion Cigar, Inc. followed that up this…

IPCPR 2018: The Traveler

Nestled inside the American Caribbean Cigar booth was a new company to the U.S. market called The Traveler. Though none of their cigars are new…

IPCPR 2018: Topper Cigar Co.

Topper always brings something interesting to the show, this time in the form of a brand started in 1840. Marsh Wheeling is a cigar manufacturing…

IPCPR 2018: Battleground Cigars

The Battleground Cigars tent was back on the trade show floor this year, by far one of the most distinctive booths, and arguably the one…

IPCPR 2018: Felix Assouline

In a year when there were numerous companies who didn’t roll out any new products, Felix Assouline Cigars rolled out several new lines, and with…

IPCPR 2018: Recluse

Recluse, also known as Iconic Leaf Cigar Company, was at the trade show with a new blend. It was difficult to find some time that…

IPCPR 2018: Selected Tobacco S.A.

One of the booths that has some of the most gorgeous packaging on display is Selected Tobacco S.A., manufacturer of the more recognizable brands Atabey…

IPCPR 2018: Fratello

Fratello has never been known as a brand to release a multitude of new blends all at once, so it was no great shock that…

IPCPR 2018: Rocky Patel Premium Cigars

First off, I shot a very entertaining video of Rocky Patel, but the microphone cut off halfway through. Unfortunately, he wasn’t around to shoot another…

IPCPR 2018: Phillips & King

While readers of this site might be more familiar with Ventura Cigar Co. than its parent Phillips & King, or even its parent Kretek International,…