IPCPR 2013: Tarazona

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There are a few smaller brands that have been around for a while growing slowly through a grassroots shop-to-shop approach. Primer Mundo is one of those companies, 262 is another and so is Tarazona. Eddie Tarazona has been through quite a few changes when we first met a few years ago, but they seem for the better. Now, with the help of an energized Cubanacan factory, Tarazona is growing quite a bit.

IPCPR 2013 Tarazona 1

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The Booth
There was a noticeable use of IKEA furniture and a noticeable uptick business. Tarazona was busy. The booth was a bit more open than in the past, but still quite busy. It was packing time by the time we found a chance to stop by the booth, so that explains the boxes.

Cubanacan Maduro
Named after the factory which produces Tarazona, the Cubanacan line now has a Maduro counterpart. The Cubanacan Maduro uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers

Mederos
Originally introduced in 2009, it’s back.

Soneros 1

Soneros 2

Soneros
Offered in two different wrappers Habano Claro and Habano Maduro  

Tarazona Revolution 305

Tarzona Revolution 305
Eddie Tarazona will admit, it’s been a long-time coming.  The Revolution 305 uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over Nicaraguan filler. It’s described as a stronger cigar than the 305

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Charlie Minato
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