Graycliff always seems to get a prime corner of converging aisles and this year was no different.
The booth design is ideal for placement like that, as it’s basically just an open space with a reasonably sized display in one corner. While I usually get to talk to the director of operations Adam Collins about the show and what’s new with Graycliff, this year he was busy dealing with the overnight theft of tens-of-thousands of dollars worth of watches that were stored in the booth. While the final day of the trade show can be bad for different reasons, this is certainly one of the less appealing ones. Having said that, Graycliff did have a new cigar at the show, which was the first time in a couple of years that this was the case.
Graycliff Triple Espresso
The Triple Espresso is an even stronger blend of the Espresso line that had already received the Double Espresso treatment to make the blend stronger. I was told the bands are temporary, as they will eventually have the traditional Graycliff bands with a G on them.
- Wrapper: Costa Rica
- Binder: Costa Rica
- Filler: Ecuador & Nicaragua
- Graycliff Triple Espresso Toro (5 3/4 x 54) — $29.50 (Box of 24, $708)
- Graycliff Triple Espresso Toro Uncut (6 3/4 x 54) — $29.50 (Box of 24, $708)
- Graycliff Triple Espresso Pirate (7 x 52) — $29.50 (Box of 24, $708)
Production: Regular Production
Release Date: July 2019