July 19, 2017

IPCPR 2017: My Father Cigars

It’s somewhat challenging to imagine that Tatuaje once occupied one half of the space of the My Father Cigars, Inc. booth. Up until last year,...
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IPCPR 2017: E.P. Carrillo

After introducing 10 new lines and discontinuing four others at last year’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, E.P. Carrillo is keeping it a bit more low key...
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IPCPR 2017: Royal Agio Cigars

I am pretty sure Brian Burt spent about 25x the amount of time I spent in the booth, but here’s my thoughts on Royal Agio....
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IPCPR 2017: Asylum Cigars

Asylum Cigars was nestled right in the heart of the new CLE booth, with the display towering high above our heads with their logo easily...
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IPCPR 2017: Viva Republica

While companies like Alec Bradley and Drew Estate somewhat publicly shipped product a year ago with the intent of releasing it in larger and formal...
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IPCPR 2017: Dominion Cigar Inc.

Dominion Cigar Inc. launched two new blends at the 2017 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show: one for the U.S. market and one that is being sold...
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IPCPR 2017: Yayabo Cigars

While not as well known as some other small brands, Yayabo Cigars has a very intriguing history, having been founded by Cuban native Diany Perez after she relocated to...
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IPCPR 2017: Ashton

I admittedly got to the Ashton booth a bit late. Or very late. That being said, there were a few customers being shown around right...
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