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Last year, somewhat out of nowhere, La FlorDominicana announced that it was ready to ship the latest version of the Litto Gomez Diez Small Batch, a cigar named for the company’s founder, Litto Gomez. While there hasn’t really been an exact pattern for release, Small Batch Nos. 4, 5 and 6 all showed up late...
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This will be sixth cigar we’ve reviewed that is exclusive to the legendary Casa Fuente, yet it’s only the third Casa Fuente release. Despite being the first cigar ever reviewed on SmokingStogie and being reviewed on TheCigarFeed, we seem to be missing a definitive history on the Casa Fuente line. Casa Fuente is a cigar...
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February 1, 2012 (Miami, FL) — PDR Cigars is pleased to announce Mythical Cigars Europe as distributor of its premium cigar brands to cigar retailers in Europe. PDR Cigars has an 80-year-old history within its hallowed halls. Headed by Abraham Flores and the brothers Rodriguez, La Fabrica hires only the most experienced rollers and it...
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January 31, 2012 — Effective immediately, Eddie Ortega has stepped down as president of EOBrands Cigars. His former duties will be taken over by his partner Erik Espinosa. Espinosa will officially take over operations on February 1. EOBrands cigars are produced in Nicaragua and include the 601, Cubao and Murcielago brands. Ortega has formed a...
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General Cigar Co. has announced that they are adding the Gigante (6″ x 60) size to their Macanudo Café and Macanudo Maduro lines. Macanudo already has a 6″ x 60 in the Cru Royale and 1968 lines, also known as Gigante. Both new additions are offered in boxes of 25 with MSRP set at $7.99...
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In 2009, Habanos S.A. released the Cohiba Gran Reserva, the first cigar in the new Gran Reserva line. The cigars in this line are to only be released when Habanos S.A. deems there is enough quality tobacco available and will use tobacco that has been aged at least five years. They also sport a brand...
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Editor’s Note: And it was supposed to be a slow week in the cigar world. What seemed destined to be a rather quiet week turned into the busiest of the year. Familiar readers of the weekly news will see that it is back to somewhat of a familiar form. Cabaiguan WCD 120 REDUX — The...
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Perdomo Cigars has confirmed that a price increase will be coming to several of their lines in the coming weeks, joining Oliva, General Cigar Co., Altadis USA and Davidoff in taking price increases. Daniel Colón, Director of Marketing & Graphic Design for Perdomo confirmed that the company will be taking an increase of 10 – 12.5...
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