August 1, 2016

IPCPR 2016: Foundation Cigar Co.

The sophomore year for Nicholas Melillo is a big one. There are three new lines and extensions. To give you an idea, the Foundation Cigar...
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Flor de Selva No. 20

In 2015, Maya Selva Cigarres celebrated its 20th anniversary with a limited edition lancero, bearing the brand and blend of its flagship line, Flor de...
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IPCPR 2016: A.J. Fernández

As one retailer put it: A.J. Fernández is everywhere. The factory is making new cigars for the two largest companies in the business, Altadis U.S.A....
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IPCPR 2016: Caldwell Cigars

Robert Caldwell rolled out a new booth this year that was designed by a team of Los Angeles-based artists and made out of a mixture...
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IPCPR 2016: Ashton

It’s Vegas. If you asked me to place a bet on what to expect from Ashton Distributors Inc.: a new line for La Aroma de...
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IPCPR 2016: Falto Cigars

On a major lane in the middle of the floor, Falto Cigars has a fairly extensive booth that included both frosted glass and extremely comfortable carpet, along...
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IPCPR 2016: Epic Cigars

After adding just one new cigar at the trade show last year, Epic Cigars was showing off two new lines this year, as well as making two former limited...
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IPCPR 2016: Dictador Cigars

While there were no new blends at this year’s show for Dictador Cigars, the company did announce a pair of new vitolas for two of its...
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IPCPR 2016: Don Kiki Cigars

The 2016 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show was the debut of K by Karen Berger, a new cigar by the widow of Enrique “Kiki” Berger,...
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IPCPR 2016: HVC Cigars

HVC Cigars is back for another year, this time with a cigar named after the neighborhood where a famous Cuban pimp was killed and a...
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IPCPR 2016: Matilde

Matilde Cigar Co. is one of two companies located inside the Quesada booth not named Quesada, the other being Regius. What makes it interesting is...
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