July 15, 2018

IPCPR 2018: Arturo Fuente

While the Arturo Fuente booth might not be new, there is a surprising amount of new cigars and many sought-after limited editions from the company’s…

IPCPR 2018: Tatuaje

Tatuaje is celebrating its 15th anniversary, though you wouldn’t really know it until you looked in a display case. There are no banners, no birthday…

IPCPR 2018: Perdomo

The LED halo ring was back over the Perdomo booth this year, the Pearl drum kit was back inside the booth alongside a pair of…

IPCPR 2018: Alec Bradley

The Alec Bradley booth was among the busier ones I stopped by on Saturday as a steady stream of retailers came through to check out…

IPCPR 2018: Garo Cigars

One of the consistent attendees at the IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, Garo Cigars is a fairly small operation based out of Glendale, Calif. that…

IPCPR 2018: Falto Cigars

Luis J. Falto’s new cigar for 2018 came back in April by way of the LJF Reserva del Fundador, his first box-pressed cigar created for…

IPCPR 2018: Nomad Cigar Co.

Owner Fred Rewey decided that it was time for some changes, some of those changes were planned while some of those changes were not. Rewey…

IPCPR 2018: Powstanie

Powstanie was in the RoMa Craft booth again this year – a great place for them considering they’re part of the Fabrica de Tabacos NicaSueño S.A….

IPCPR 2018: Cornelius & Anthony

After visiting more than 10 booths, Cornelius & Anthony was easily the busiest, with so many people at some points I had a hard time moving…

IPCPR 2018: Plasencia 1865

After coming out strong with two new lines in its debut appearance at the IPCPR Show in 2017—the Alma del Campo and the Plasencia Cosecha 146—Plasencia…

IPCPR 2018: RoMa Craft Tobac

RoMa Craft is back this year with a completely redesigned booth, bringing their walls to the center, opening up the sides and creating sitting areas…