April 18, 2017

La Aurora 1903 Cameroon Ships

Miami Cigar & Co. has begun shipping the La Aurora 1903 Cameroon. It’s the third of La Aurora’s Time Capsule Series, a new series of value-priced...
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L’Atelier Identité Begins Shipping Nationally

L’Atelier Imports has begun shipping Identité. As the name implies, the French word for identity, the cigars tied to the brand’s identity, Sancti Spiritus, a specific type of tobacco...
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Charter Oak Shade Lonsdale

Just before the 2016 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show, Foundation Cigar Co. announced a new line: the Charter Oak. In an homage to his home...
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La Flor Dominicana Begins Offering Factory Tours

La Flor Dominicana has announced a formal program that allows people to visit the company’s Dominican tobacco growing and cigar rolling operation. The La Flor...
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Flavor Tobacco Ban Proposed in Oakland

Oakland, Calif. is expected to debate whether it should become the fourth major city to ban flavored tobacco. City Council members Annie Campbell Washington, D-4, and Larry...
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Jefferson City, Mo. Changes Course, Approves Tobacco Purchase Age Increase

Less than a year ago, a proposal to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products failed in Jefferson City, the state capitol of Missouri....
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Anniston, Ala. Considering Expanding Cigar Bar Rules

Last year, Anniston, Ala. kept a law allowing for cigar bars within the northeastern Alabama city—now it’s already considering loosening the rules about where cigar bars can be...
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Black Label Trading Co.’s Last Rites Box Pressed Robusto Returns at R. Field Wine Co.

Black Label Trading Co. has announced that one size of its Last Rites line is coming back as a store exclusive, as the Box Pressed...
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Padilla Teases New High-End 1932 Seleccion Especial (Update)

Ernesto Padilla is going high-end with a future cigar release, the 1932 Seleccion Especial. He recently posted a picture of the wine-crate style box that the...
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