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IPCPR 2011

IPCPR 2011: P.G. Cigars

Over the past few months Paul Garmirian Cigars has become a fairly covered branded on TheCigarFeed, so it should come as no surprise that they…

IPCPR 2011: EloGio

One of the busiest booths of the show? EloGio. The boutique’s tiny booth was jammed pack with retailers making it near impossible to get the…

IPCPR 2011: Rocky Patel

And the most buzzed about cigar on the trade show floor…? The Rocky Patel 50th. It’s a bit shocking even to me given what else…

IPCPR 2011: E.P. Carrillo

Top to bottom, there’s no competition, it’s E.P. Carrillo. Simply put, there is not a cigar brand that puts out a better portfolio than E.P….

IPCPR 2011: La Aurora and Miami Cigar & Co.

Too much. In a year were many manufacturers made it very clear they were aware of the amount of new releases collectively, Miami Cigar &…

IPCPR 2011: Toraño & Graycliff

I suspect there shall be a lot more grouping of these two companies together in the future, and as far as the trade show was…

IPCPR 2011: Cigar Family

Where was Casa Cuba? I apologize to all of the Fuente/Newman employees that had to answer that question. There was more in the Cigar Family…

IPCPR 2011: Quesada

I saw Terence Reilly pretty early into my stay into Vegas. I had a good conversation with one of the key players at Quesada/MATASA/SAG Imports,…

IPCPR 2011: Oliva Cigar Co.

Publicly, the biggest news regarding Oliva and the 2011 IPCPR was the court order that prevented former employee Sam Leccia from attending the trade show….

IPCPR 2011: Drew Estate

Last year’s winner of the large booth award was back and the rumors before the show started was it was going to bigger than ever….

2011 IPCPR Preview

And here we are. The documentation Jonathan Drew has been waiting for, the IPCPR releases. It’s another list, this time just the IPCPR releases. It’s…