July 25, 2014

IPCPR 2014: Wilson Adams

Wilson Adams has been around for a few years at this point, but much like Tarazona—located right next door—the company was all about its new...
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IPCPR 2014: Quesada

Quesada’s booth this year was much different from last year’s. A little more enclosed, private and extensive the booth’s main centerpiece was a large cylindrical...
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IPCPR 2014: Dissident

PVC pipe, a bed sheet, spray paint and some lawn chairs. Dissident wanted to make a statement and every indication is they did. It was...
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IPCPR 2014: Kuuts, LLC

If there was every a candidate for, “What is ____?” at the 2014 IPCPR convention and trade show, it’s Kuuts, LLC. The company is not new...
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IPCPR 2014: Smoky Joe’s Clothing

Outside of the trade show one evening I met the owners of Smoky Joe’s Clothing, who make a variety of items, though mainly sell smoking...
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GRAMM Works The STAG Ashtray

Back in May I reviewed the GRAMM Works Cinque Forte ashtray which had places for five cigars and a deep bowl for plenty of ash....
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IPCPR 2014: Ted’s

While Ted’s is known for its flavored offerings, particularly the Maker’s Mark Cigars, the company spent the 2014 IPCPR trade show and convention focusing on...
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IPCPR 2014: S.T. Dupont

There are only a few booths that can make a dozen sales during a day of the IPCPR trade show and have a really good...
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IPCPR 2014: Emilio

Emilio was one of a handful of manufacturers whose IPCPR trade show offerings included products that had been previously announced and significantly delayed. For Gary...
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IPCPR 2014: Boutique Blends

The Boutique Blends booth, which was home to four new releases this year, was one of the most consistently busy ones we saw as we...
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IPCPR 2014: RoMa Craft Tobac and Tierra Volcán

Skip Martin and Michael Rosales of RoMa Craft not only had some new cigars and projects on display, but they also welcomed in the crew...
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