IPCPR 2018

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

IPCPR 2018: Blue Mountain Cigars

Blue Mountain Cigars is back again, this time breaking some cigars out of the aging room and bringing back some old brands. While the two…

IPCPR 2018: La Aurora

La Aurora’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show releases are high-priced and highly age. The company showed off two blends—one entirely from tobacco from 2006 and…

IPCPR 2018: Espinosa Premium Cigars

The Espinosa Premium Cigars booth houses not just the Espinosa brand, but Cubariqueno Cigar Co. and Pier 28, two of the brands that are produced…

IPCPR 2018: Porsche Design

Porsche Design has a new U.S. distributor, Down&Back, LLC, which means a new location inside the Caldwell Cigar Co. booth. The cigar accessory line from…

IPCPR 2018: Brizard & Co.

Brizard & Co certainly isn’t a new company – according to their site one that’s been around for over a decade. In fact, looking back…

IPCPR 2018: Top 3 Things — Patrick Lagreid

As I write this having been away from Las Vegas for about four days, my mind keeps getting drawn back to my general sentiment about…

IPCPR 2018: Pier 28

Pier 28 has become a bit of a cult brand in the San Francisco Bay Area and among online cigar folks for a couple of…

IPCPR 2018: FQ Cigars

Matt Hunt, owner of FQ Cigars, was in the RoMa Craft Tobac booth representing his brand, though he didn’t have any branding or product on…

IPCPR 2018: Jeremy Jack Cigars

After debuting at the 2017 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show with a host of different lines,  Jeremy Jack Cigars had nothing new that was specifically…

IPCPR 2018: Global Premium Cigars

There are a large number of people in the cigar industry that bring a smile to my face every time I see them, and Enrique…

IPCPR 2018: Top 3 Things – Brian Burt

This post will be going up five days after IPCPR 2018 has wrapped up. Though there are a few people who I’ve seen still posting…