Curivari Announces Price Increase on Select Buenaventura Cigars

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Curivari Cigars has announced that it has implemented a small price increase on a small part of its portfolio, a total of just five cigars.

All of the changes apply to the Buenaventura line, with the MSRPs of the BV 560, Mini BV and Petit BV each going up by 40 cents per cigar. The MSRPs of the BV 500 and BV 600 are increasing by 50 cents. The company did not specify the reason behind the increase, which went into effect on Jan. 4.

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The pricing structure of the remaining sizes of the Buenaventura line, as well as all other Curivari and Achilles cigars, remain unchanged.

The following chart is a live look at what companies have announced price increases or no price increase for 2021.

CompanyPrice Increase
A.J. FernandezNo
Altadis U.S.A.Yes
BattlegroundNo
Black Label Trading Co.No
CaldwellYes
Casa CuevasYes
Chinnock CellarsNo
Crowned HeadsNo
CubariqueñoNo
CurivariYes
E.P. CarrilloYes
El ArtistaNo
Esteban CarrerasYes
FaltoNo
General Cigar Co.Yes
Gran HabanoNo
GurkhaNo
HVCNo
J.C. NewmanYes
Jas Sum KralNo
Jeremy JackYes
JRE Tobacco Co.Yes
La BarbaYes
La Galera/Indianhead TobaccoNo
Los CaidosNo
Maya SelvaYes
Miami Cigar & Co.No
Mombacho Cigars S.A.No
MoyaRuizNo
My FatherNo
PadillaYes
PadrónNo
PatoroNo
Paul GarmirianNo
Paul StulacNo
PDR CigarsYes
PerdomoYes
Plasencia 1865No
Pure Aroma Cigars/D'CrossierNo
QuesadaNo
RoMa Craft TobacNo
RVGN RauchvergnügenNo
Sans Pareil/La InstructoraNo
SinistroNo
StalloneYes
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