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PCA 2023 Booths

PCA 2023: Brizard & Co.

Brizard & Co. is one of my favorite booths to visit each year as the accessories offered by the company are both visually impressive and of high quality.

PCA 2023: Prometheus

After a four-year hiatus, Prometheus is back.

PCA 2023: Les Fines Lames

Along with a brand new wearable cigar cutter, the company announced it entered into a distribution agreement with Oliva Cigar Co. that will see Oliva’s sales force be able to offer Les Fines Lames’ products to retailers across the country.

PCA 2023: Manny Iriarte Enterprises

This year, Manny Iriarte Enterprises is showing off its first cigar line. I’m not sure any company has had its first cigar be an exclusive OpusX blend, but then again, it’s Manny.


The last booth I visited at PCA 2023, and perhaps one of the most impressive, offered some very expensive and luxurious ways to store your cigars.

PCA 2023: Sacrificio Cigars

One of the new companies this year at PCA 2023 is a cigar company started by the internationally renowned bartender Julio Cabrera.

PCA 2023: Lovely Cigars

This is Lovely Cigars’ first time exhibiting at PCA and the company and its owners were excited to share a little about themselves and the rich history of cigars in the Green Bay area.

PCA 2023: Serafin de Cuba Cigars

This is Serafin de Cuba Cigars’ first time exhibiting at PCA, and they brought with them some interesting cigars including two resurrected historic brands and two cigars honoring the patriarchs of the Serafin family.

PCA 2023: Zander-Greg

Zander-Greg collaborated with actor Chazz Palminteri for a new cigar.

PCA 2023: OM Cigar Co.

Osvaldo Morales had his OM Cigar Co. booth space setup in the BCA Pavilion along with the other boutique brands under the umbrella. I got a few minutes to chat with him and get some more info on the brand.

PCA 2023: Luis Arias Cigar

With a new company name and a brand new booth, Luis Arias Cigar was talking up the strengths that set it apart from other cigar brands, including the fact that all of the company’s tobacco is grown at its own farm and that all Luis Arias cigars are rolled at the company’s Tabacalera Viva Habano factory in the Dominican Republic.