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PCA 2021: Top 3 Things — Brooks Whittington

The first PCA Convention & Trade Show is in the books—although our coverage will continue for another couple of days or so—and as we have…

PCA 2021: Supreme Tobacco

One of the most interesting new companies debuting at the 2021 PCA Convention & Trade Show is Supreme Tobacco, a cigar brand based out of…

PCA 2021: Sindicato

The PCA Convention & Trade Show provides an interesting lens through which to look at certain cigar companies. As part of the process of getting…

PCA 2021: Brizard & Co.

Brizard & Co. is one of the more impressive booths I cover, while at the same time being one of the most intimidating ones. The…

PCA 2021: K by Karen Berger

After cigar industry veteran Enrique “Kiki” Berger passed away in 2014, his widow Karen Berger unveiled her own K by Karen Berger line at the…

PCA 2021: German Engineered Cigars

It took getting approval from the U.S. Consulate General to travel from Germany to the U.S. for the 2021 PCA Convention & Trade Show, but…

PCA 2021: Quality Importers Trading Co.

Even after writing numerous stories about Quality Importers Trading Co., I’m still not sure that people are as familiar with them as they are with…

PCA 2021: Visol Products

I have been covering Visol Products since at least 2016, and look forward to seeing the company every year to be shown what is new….

PCA 2021: JM Tobacco

There are no new products for JM Tobacco at PCA 2021; instead, the company continues to highlight its Española Connecticut and Maduro blends, which added…

PCA 2021: Graycliff

Graycliff Cigar Co. is a mainstay at the show, though like many manufacturers, the booth is smaller than in years past. Visiting the booth late…

PCA 2021: Top 3 Things — Charlie Minato

The PCA 2021 Convention & Trade Show is over, and, as I write this, our booth coverage is entering the final quarter or so. There…