IPCPR 2019: JRE Tobacco Co.

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JRE Tobacco Co’s booth is the same elongated layout it has had in the past, and while it was tucked away over on the side of the show floor, the company was still getting plenty of traffic even though the show had barely opened for the day.

The booth is actually a combination of the new booth from last year, laid out in the open manner that they had used in years past. The booth has a nice look to it and the open layout is inviting. This year there were size extensions to a couple of blends, along with a brand new blend under the Aladino brand.

Aladino Connecticut

Soft launched back in April, the Aladino Connecticut is getting its wide release here at the show.

  • Wrapper: Ecuador (Connecticut)
  • Binder: Honduras
  • Filler: Honduras
  • Aladino Connecticut Churchill (7 x 52) — $9.80 (Box of 20, $196)
  • Aladino Connecticut Queens Perfecto (5 1/4 x 46) — $6.80 (Box of 20, $136)
  • Aladino Connecticut Robusto (5 x 50) — $7.80 (Box of 20, $156)
  • Aladino Connecticut Toro (6 x 50) — $8.80 (Box of 20, $176)

Release Date: April 2019

Production: Regular Production 

Aladino Corojo Reserva Toro

The well-received Corojo Reserva Robusto is getting a big brother in the form of a Toro. Just like the Robusto, it will be a regular production item, though limited to 300 boxes per month.

  • Wrapper: Honduras (Corojo)
  • Binder: Honduras (Corojo)
  • Filler: Honduras (Corojo)
  • Aladino Corojo Reserva Toro (6 x 52) — $14 (Box of 20, $280)

Release Date: April 2019

Production: Regular Production

Aladino Maduro Corona

Lastly, the Aladino Maduro has a new smaller size to round out the line:  a 5 x 44 corona.

  • Wrapper: Mexico (San Andrés)
  • Binder: Honduras (Corojo)
  • Filler: Honduras
  • Aladino Maduro Corona (5 x 44) — $6.50

Release Date: April 2019

Production: Regular Production

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Brian Burt
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I have been smoking cigars since 2005 and reviewing them as a hobby since 2010. Initially I started out small with a 50-count humidor and only smoking one or two cigars a month. Not knowing anybody else that smoked cigars, it was only an occasional hobby that I took part in. In March of 2010 I joined Nublive and Cigar Asylum, connecting me with many people who also shared an interest in cigars. Reading what they had to say about brands I had never heard of, I quickly immersed myself in the boutique brands of the industry and it was then that cigars transformed from a hobby into a passion. Besides my cigar hobby and job in the IT industry, my wife and I love traveling, trying new restaurants and relaxing at home with our two dogs.

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