While last year Graycliff and Toraño were still in separate booths, their U.S. distribution was controlled solely by the latter. This year, both companies booths looked largely the same, but the distribution was separate. Graycliff used IPCPR to focus on B-cuz, one of two new lines the company had for the show, but really the only one that was featured prominently.
It’s always odd. Even when people are in it, the booth always feels empty.
Priced at $7.50 (6 x 54) and $7.95 (6 x 52) this is supposed to be on shelves already. More details here.
Boxes weren’t on display and the cigars aren’t shipping until at least next month.
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