July 13, 2017

IPCPR 2017: JetLine

While JetLine isn’t known for making many, if any, announcements about new products for IPCPR, this year the company shared news about a couple of...
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IPCPR 2017: Warped

Kyle Gellis was once again in the Casa Fernández booth, which seems to change in varying amounts every year. While I was there, Gellis had...
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IPCPR 2017: Chinnock Cellars Cigars

Chinnock Cellars is back at IPCPR showing off a new size of the Terroir blend for those looking for a shorter, quicker smoke.The rest of...
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IPCPR 2017: Battleground Cigars

The Battleground Cigar tent is back this year.Inside the tent, the Connecticut-based company showed off several new things, including a revamped look of its OPK...
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IPCPR 2017: Esteban Carreras

Other than letting us know that they had a new line coming, Esteban Carreras didn’t announce the new cigar until show doors opened. Craig Cunningham likes...
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IPCPR 2017: RoMa Craft Tobac

One of the most consistently busy booths I’ve been to this year has been the RoMa Craft booth – so busy in fact it was...
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IPCPR 2017: Day 2 Recap

As we walk around the show floor at the 2017 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, we all hear and see interesting things that may not...
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IPCPR 2017: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust

“Sit down, sit down,” said Nasar Nayeb, owner of Dallas Cigars, as I walked around the Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust. I thought for a second,...
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IPCPR 2017: Rocky Patel Premium Cigars

The Rocky Patel booth is always one of the more happening ones at the IPCPR Convention & Trade Show. Patel himself holds a room about...
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IPCPR 2017: Miami Cigar & Co.

Miami Cigar & Co., long known for its distribution of La Aurora and its own Tatiana brand, has quietly grown into one of the more...
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IPCPR 2017: Matilde

After becoming the first person to receive a makeover on video last year, Enrique Seijas really stepped up his appearance. It was a suit and...
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