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It will be a busy week for the Crowned Heads shipping department. First up is the new Crowned Heads Court Reserve XVIII Full Court Press LE 2019 is a 5 7/8 x 52 box-pressed cañonazo, the first box-pressed vitola for the line. It’s the same blend as the rest of the line: a Mexican San Andrés...
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Miami, FL, 31 July – Cigar Express is pleased to announce the exciting new cigar release San Lotano, a signature blend by A.J. Fernandez. With a rich history, San Lotano dates back to Cuba’s pre-Castro era where the brand was among the most popular with traditional Cuban cigar makers. Retired for decades, the line is...
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Obviously, these won’t be at IPCPR. Note, the following is not complete or final; it also came from a forum – take it for what it’s worth. Key (Brand, Name, Factory Name, RG, Length (metric), Region) Bolívar 681 Sobresalientes 53 153 Bulgaria Bolívar Britanicas Britanicas 46 137 United Kingdom Bolívar Emperador Hermosos No.2 48 157...
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In 2001 Habanos S.A. introduced the Habanos Collection Book Series. It consists of a layout of cigars presented in a special book-shaped humidor. Each year so far a different brand has been chosen for the program with Cuaba being first. Here is a full list of the releases to date. 2001 – Cuaba Salomones I 2002 –...
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The ever-popular liberal-leaning Huffington Post (“HuffPo”) published a story a week ago titled “Congressional Cigar Association is Front for Lobbyists.” It was rather long, and for those that don’t read the HuffPo, Politico or The National Review, or don’t know what those publications are, it wasn’t the easiest of reads.  In addition, there have been...
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Ambos Mundos Grande No. 1 5 1/2 x 56 Habano ($6.25) Ambos Mundos Grande No. 2 5 1/2 x 56 Sumatra ($6.25) Tatuaje Havana VI 5 1/2 x 56 Gordito ($7.50) El Triunfador 5 7/8 x 54 #7 ($8) Tatuaje Seleccion de Cazador 5 5/8 x 46 7th Natural ($9) Tatuaje Seleccion de Cazador 5...
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In 2006, the J.C. Newman Company introduced the Stanford’s 90th Diamond Crown Maximus cigar to pay tribute to Stanford Newman, the firm’s reigning icon, who turned 90 in June 2006, making him the oldest living cigar professional in the business at the time. Sadly, he passed away two months later in August of 2006. The...
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It was a pretty quiet week for new cigars with the only major announcement being the La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Chisel, which the world will see in a couple weeks at IPCPR. However, the cigar industry has made plenty of rounds in political circles in the past week. First, the Huffington Post penned a...
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