PCA 2021

PCA 2021: Perdomo

The Perdomo booth has been memorable for a number of years now. First, it was because of the massive drum set that Nick Perdomo Jr….

PCA 2021: Top 3 Things — Patrick Lagreid

It’s been about 72 hours since I’ve been home that I sit down to think about what stood out from the 2021 PCA Convention &…

PCA 2021: Bocock Brothers Premium Cigars

While this might come as a surprise, Bocock Brothers Premium Cigars is owned and operated by two brothers, Bryant and Douglas Bocock. While modest in…

PCA 2021: Sinistro

My first visit to the Sinistro booth was towards the end of the day and it was notably a bit quiet. I had glanced over…

PCA 2021: All Saints Cigars

Founded in 2019 by Micky Pegg, Frank Layo and Martin Corboy, All Saints Cigars was debuting two new line extensions at the PCA 2021 Convention…

PCA 2021: Fratello

Since his company’s debut in 2013, former NASA project manager Omar de Frias’ Fratello brand has seemed to reach new heights every year (no pun…

PCA 2021: Zander-Greg

In 2018 Zander-Greg had a new booth but no new products at the show. In 2019, the company had a new brand under their umbrella…

PCA 2021: Quesada

Quesada Cigars is one of those brands that always seems to have something new to show off for these types of trade shows, and the…

PCA 2021: S.T.Dupont

For Brooks Whittington, the trade show work is divided into two parts: those companies that are in the Drew Estate booth and those that are…

PCA 2021: Blanco Cigar Co.

David Blanco may very well be one of the most congenial people I talked to at the 2021 PCA Convention & Trade Show: helpful, forthcoming…

PCA 2021: American Caribbean Cigars

While I’m not sure when the first year American Caribbean Cigars had a booth at the trade show, 2018 was the first time I visited…