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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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In 2006, Dion Giolito decided to release limited quantities of a cigar that he deemed had not met the standards he had set for his Illusione brand. The cigar was a stronger version of his ~mk~ Corona that was part of The Original Document. Dubbed, MKULTRA, Dion once again turned to his clichés for naming....
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The list of AVO Limited Editions is a lengthy one and the annual early spring birthday release is one of the more anticipated yearly traditions in the cigar world. It started in 2002 with the famed AVO 22 and would continue with notable standouts like the AVO LE05 in 2005. There have been all shapes...
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Cigar Rights of America announced the opening of their new office in Washington D.C,, citing that the time had come for the organization to have a permanent presence on Captiol Hill. “In Washington, if you’re out of sight, you are definitely out of mind,” said Glynn Loope, Executive Director of Cigar Rights of America. “You...
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Despite claims at IPCPR 2011 that the Short Run series was likely not going to make an appearance in 2012, E.P. Carrillo has began taking orders on its newest limited edition, the E.P. Carrillo New Wave Connecticut Short Run 2012. The cigar actually made its fist appearance at an event at Casa de Montecristo on...
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Early 2011 saw the (relatively quiet) release of the Gran Cojonu Reserva at CigarWorld in Dusseldorf, Germany. The cigar shares the exact same filler and binder as the Gran Cojonu, but with a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper instead of the Ecuadorian habano. Very few people know about this release and it is not even on Tatuaje’s...
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SAG Imports, the parent name for the companies owned by the Quesada family that include the namesake brand, Fonseca and Casa Magna, is the latest to announce price increases. With Nicaragua being the epicenter of the price increases, SAG Imports is an interesting look given that many of the companies products are made by the...
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In what has been a week of price increase announcements, Oettinger Davidoff Group has confirmed there will be a ten cent ($.10) increase to MSRP on almost all of their facings which include AVO, Camacho, Cusano, Davidoff, Griffin’s, Winston Churchill, Zino and others. Davidoff has began to inform retailers that the price increase is set...
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