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July 12, 2017

IPCPR 2017: Illusione

Illusione was on the list of companies that wasn’t supposed to have new products, and yet, Dion Giolito has two new cigars at the trade...
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IPCPR 2017: Colibri

Colibri came to the trade show with a number of products aimed squarely at the mid-range price points of cigar accessories, namely the $50 –...
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IPCPR 2017: Phillips & King

Phillips & King might not be known to most of our consumer readers, but if you are in the cigar business, or really in the...
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IPCPR 2017: Boveda

While there were some new faces in the Boveda booth this year, there was not any new product. The company is focusing on its 320...
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IPCPR 2017: Cigar Oasis

There’s one new thing at the Cigar Oasis booth: the booth itself.As part of the company’s 20th anniversary celebrations, it has created a brand new...
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IPCPR 2017: Fratello

While the Fratello booth is the same as last year’s, there was one major change in the company; owner Omar de Frias left his job at...
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IPCPR 2017: Pure Aroma Cigars Inc.

Located at the back of the show floor, Pure Aroma Cigars Inc., the company behind the D’Crossier blends and its subsets, had several new products...
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IPCPR 2017: JRE Tobacco Co.

Last year the JRE Tobacco Co. was in the back of the CLE booth, but this year it has expanded into its own space nicely.While there...
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IPCPR 2017: Zander-Greg

It took me a couple of passes to realize the Zander-Greg booth was who they were, as the Nat Cicco brand was more prominently displayed...
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IPCPR 2017: Marrero Cigar Co.

This was Marrero Cigar Co.’s first IPCPR, and the Costa Rican company decided to debut two new cigars for the show. Both cigars are line extensions for existing...
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IPCPR 2017: Oliva

In the bottom right hand corner of the show lies the Oliva booth, something that has been virtually the same since I started coming to...
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