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It took 1,000 days for the cigar to come to fruition, a bit more for this redux to do the same.
The new line commemorates the 10th anniversary of the Leaf by Oscar brand, which started out as a house blend for company co-founder “Island” Jim Robinson’s Leaf & Bean retails stores in Pittsburgh, Pa.
This short, thick vitola was launched as an exclusive for retailers who attended the 2023 PCA Convention & Trade Show.
The new release is made up of a Cameroon-seed wrapper grown on the Eiroa farms in Honduras, along with binder and filler tobaccos that the company describes as “other Honduran tobacco of undisclosed origins.”
Just before the summer heat set in, Powstanie added a new corona gorda to its Broadleaf and Habano lines, the thinnest vitola in each.
The Las Calaveras limited edition returns for its 10th year with a blend that brings back the broadleaf.
The company’s fourth Intemperance blend is named after the Volstead Act, the law created to enforce prohibition that went into effect in 1920.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since the launch of the Davidoff Nicaragua, but this cigar says it has been.
The El Mago brand was launced last year as a way to honor company owner Nick Fusco’s grandparents, Gonzalo and Maria Torre, who died in the collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Fla. in 2021.
Once again, Drew Estate used its Freestyle Live show to announce a new cigar.