December 10, 2015

Appropriations Bill Could Exempt Premium Cigars from FDA Regulation

With a deadline to pass an appropriations bill quickly approaching in the U.S. Congress, a new ray of hope to exempt premium cigars from Food...
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Villiger Dismisses Majority of U.S. Staff (Update)

Villiger Cigars has dismissed the majority of its U.S. sales and support staff, save for three individuals who handle inside sales for the company in...
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Mission, Kan. Spurns Tobacco Age Increase Proposal

The Mission City Council quickly dismissed the idea of raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21 at its meeting this...
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Nat Sherman’s Heritage Humidors Hit Store Shelves

Just a week after their Executive Ashtrays were released, Nat Sherman has unveiled the company’s new line of Heritage Humidors, designed in collaboration with noted...
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Burns Tobacconist Getting Caldwell’s Blind Man’s Bluff in Corona Gorda

Caldwell Cigar Co. has announced a new store exclusive size in the Blind Man’s Bluff line, as Burns Tobacconist in Chattanooga, Tenn. will be receiving a...
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Quality Importers Brings Shuriken Cutter Back to Market

One of the most unique cigar cutters of recent memory is heading back to the market. In 2011, Cigar Innovations brought the Shuriken cutter to...
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Sobremesa Cervantes Fino

There are some that go away never to be heard from again, and then there’s Steve Saka. When it was announced in 2013 that Saka...
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