July 25, 2015

IPCPR 2015: Nomad Cigar Co.

Nomad Cigar Co. had one new release at the show, but it was quite an extensive one. And while it wasn’t a dog, it did have...
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IPCPR 2015: De Los Reyes

Last year, it was Royal Gold and Corporación Cigar Export, this year, if you wanted to find Saga cigars, you had to go to a booth...
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IPCPR 2015: JetLine

JetLine is bringing a new look and new technology to some of its lighters, as it showed off what it’s calling the TBO version of...
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IPCPR 2015: Guayacan

Once again, Guayacan was consistently busy, only finally allowing me some of Noel Rojas’ time first thing in the morning on Day 4. While all of...
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IPCPR 2015: Warped Cigars

While I think the Warped booth was functional and well thought-out, I can’t help but find a bit of disappointment compared to the black spaceship...
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IPCPR 2015: Cornelius & Anthony

The Cornelius & Anthony booth wasn’t just cigars, a fact national sales director Spence Drake readily admitted wasn’t ideal. Cornelius & Anthony is part of S&M...
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IPCPR 2015: Alec Bradley

While the Alec Bradley booth may look much the same as it has in recent years from a structural perspective, there were some changes on...
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IPCPR 2015: Global Premium Cigars

The Global Premium Cigars booth is headed up by the charismatic and enthusiastic owner Enrique Sánchez, who was more than happy to show off some of...
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IPCPR 2015: Las Cumbres Tabaco

It was the second year at the IPCPR Convention & Trade Show for Las Cumbres Tabaco, and José Blanco and Emma Viktorssen brought two new...
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IPCPR 2015: Daniel Marshall

Daniel Marshall had a well-placed booth off the main front aisle, and as always had some eye-catching humidors that makes you want to stop and find...
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IPCPR 2015: General Cigar Co.

While it’s still one of the bigger booths on the trade show floor, the space that housed General Cigar Co. was noticeably smaller than it...
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