IPCPR 2011: J. Fuego

While the approach of Jesus Fuego’s booth at the 2011 IPCPR show seemed a bit quieter than the prior, the booth felt busier in terms…

IPCPR 2011: My Father Cigars

A few months ago, Jose Ortega and Janny García stopped by Dallas. We spoke about a lot of the new releases that were planned, including…

IPCPR 2011: Padrón

This could really be a lot easier. The Family Reserve 47th shall be known as the Padrón 85th. Jorge Padrón explained they changed the name…

IPCPR 2011: Illusione

And it was a big year for Dion. Back in February, Dion Giolito dropped quite a bombshell indicating that he would be launching a maduro…

Review: Padilla/Studio Tobac Figurado (Prerelease)

For those of you that don’t know… In March of 2011, the (Oliva) StudioTobac Executive Board approved a request from Padilla Cigars to produce a…

IPCPR 2011: Viaje

Andre Farkas was joking around Sunday night before the show wondering why he was in Vegas. Viaje, unlike any manufacturer, was sold out before the…

IPCPR 2011: Gurkha

Things seem to be changing at Gurkha, and the IPCPR show was a sign of that. The glitz that one comes to expect, just wasn’t…

Undercrown Gran Toro (Prerelease)

In continuing with our IPCPR 2011 cigar reviews, today we will be taking a look at a new cigar line from the Drew Estate crew,…

IPCPR 2011: P.G. Cigars

Over the past few months Paul Garmirian Cigars has become a fairly covered branded on TheCigarFeed, so it should come as no surprise that they…

IPCPR 2011: EloGio

One of the busiest booths of the show? EloGio. The boutique’s tiny booth was jammed pack with retailers making it near impossible to get the…

IPCPR 2011: Rocky Patel

And the most buzzed about cigar on the trade show floor…? The Rocky Patel 50th. It’s a bit shocking even to me given what else…