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January 23, 2019

Por Larrañaga Coronas (ER 5ta Avenida 2017)

If there is one thing that seems to be consistent about Habanos S.A.’s Edición Regional releases, it’s that they are, with very little exception, never...
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El Titan de Bronze’s Maria Sierra Passes Away

Noted cigar roller Maria Sierra has passed away at the age of 70, according to a statement from El Titan de Bronze, the Miami factory...
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S.T.Dupont Launching Seven Seas in the U.S. Next Month

A nautical-inspired collection of S.T.Dupont accessories will land stateside next month. The S.T.Dupont Seven Seas Collection takes inspiration from wooden boats, more specifically the teak...
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A.J. Fernández’s Pinolero Returns as Event-Only Release

Pinolero is back. A.J. Fernández has begun offering a single size of the Pinolero as an event-only offering. The cigar features new packaging, in line...
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Alachua County, Fla. Raises Tobacco Purchasing Age to 21

The minimum age to both purchase and possess tobacco and tobacco alternatives will be going to 21-years-old in Alachua County, Fla. after the county’s Board...
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Black Label Trading Co. to Market and Produce Emilio Cigars

In what is being called a merger between the two entities, Black Label Trading Co. will be taking over the marketing and branding for the...
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Indiana to Consider Tobacco Purchasing Age Increase

Indiana state legislators will debate the idea of raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21-years-old this session after the introduction of S.B....
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Wyoming Legislators Seek Near Tripling of Cigar Tax

A group of Wyoming state legislators is seeking to nearly triple the state’s tax on cigars while raising the tax on all other tobacco products...
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Nebraska Legislator Proposes Capping State’s Cigar Tax at 50 Cents

While Nebraska doesn’t have a truly oppressive tobacco tax, one state legislator is looking to drive down the cost of cigars in the state by...
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