A week before the trade show, Christian Eiroa told me he had more in the works for the trade show, which was a bit comical given how much is going on with CLE these days. It turns out, there was actually less in the space that was home to Asylum, CLE, EH Cigars, Gentili Humidors, Patoro Cigars, Pura Soul, Sotolongo Cigars and Wynwood.
Insidious by Asylum
These are a new line of sweet-capped cigars. The cigar is designed for beginning cigar smokers. More details can be found here.
These were not at the trade show, the company decided it already had enough new products. No word on when we might see the all-maduro line to the portfolio. More details here.
CLE Series PLdM
These began shipping shortly before the trade show, although it was still the first time many have seen the new super premium line from Christian Eiroa. More details can be found here.
There are a few new cigars added to the EH Cigars portfolio. On the EH side, the company is adding the 4 x 44 Cabroncito to the line. On the OSOK side, there’s a limited lancero and Cabroncito (4 x 44).
Gentili Fabrizio Srl.
One of two new additions to the CLE Cigars stable. The large humidor retails for over $8,000 and features a hydraulic action to lift the heavy lid. In addition, the company brought other humidors, ashtrays and its Maserati line.
Pura Soul Honduras
The new line from Robert Wright finally made its debut. More details can be found here.
Grace Sotolongo was busy enough that Brian Burt never got a picture of the corner of the booth. The new cigar is the Hechicera Maduro.