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May 28, 2019

Indian Motorcycle Connecticut Shade Toro

If there’s something that must be an amazing feeling from the cigar brand owner’s perspective, I’d have to think getting your products carried in another country would have to rank pretty near the top of the list. So much so, it might even call for a special cigar. In the case of the Indian Motorcycle […]
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Drew Estate Adjusts Pricing for 2019

Drew Estate has announced a pricing adjustment for 2019 that will see the company increases prices on some brands, decrease prices on some, but largely leave most of the prices of its portfolio unchanged. The Undercrown brands—Maduro, Shade and Sun Grown—and La Vieja Habana will increase effective July 1. In addition, Joya de Nicaragua—which Drew […]
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White Hat Plans Ilegal for 2019

White Hat Distribution newest release is Ilegal, not illegal. The company has announced three lines, each with the same three vitolas. Spence Drake, the founder of White Hat, declined to disclose the blends outside of the wrappers, which are Ecuadorian Connecticut, Ecuadorian habano and Mexican San Andrés. “We are thrilled to be getting these blends to […]
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Tabacalera Kafie y Cia Renamed to Tabacalera La Unión

Dr. Gaby Kafie’s factory has a new name. Today, he announced that the facility in Danlí, Honduras will now be known as Tabacalera La Unión, a change that he said came about as the facility grew and he wanted to pay homage to his family lineage as well as reflect some changes that the factory […]
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Altadis U.S.A. Announces H. Upmann Nicaragua by AJ Fernandez Papi

The latest vitola to join the H. Upmann Nicaragua by A.J. Fernandez brand will be a small one, a 4 x 38 hand rolled size called the Papi. The name comes from a term of endearment that Fernandez frequently uses for those close to him, according to a press release. Literally, the word means daddy, […]
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CLE Ships Eiroa Jamastran

The Eiroa Jamastran is off to stores. Christian Eiroa of CLE Cigar Co. announced that his company would begin shipping its latest line, a two-size brand named after the area of Honduras where his family has been growing tobaccos for over 50 years. As such, it should come as no surprise that the line is […]
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Don Lino Africa Getting Refresh at IPCPR 2019

The cigar industry will see one of Miami Cigar & Co.’s brands from the past get a refresh at this year’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show as the company has announced that it will be reintroducing the Don Lino Africa line this summer, this time with an updated design and a blend created by A.J. […]
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