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On Friday evening, Patrick Lagreid will be a guest on the Boutique Cigar Association’s Protecting the Legacy podcast, which is also broadcast live on Facebook. I—yes, me—will be interviewed by Dr. Gaby Kafie of Kafie 1901 Cigars and the Boutique Cigar Association, Kerr Viajante of Stogie Road Cigars, and Armen Caprielian of DAV Cigars. You’ll...
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Prometheus’ mixture of limited editions, regular lines and accessories make it one of the busiest booths of the show, this year was no different. I guarantee what’s after the jump is missing some humidor, but it includes a new line, a new limited line, Opus 22 sets, Gran AnivXario extensions, accessories and a lot more;...
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After some high ratings from everyone’s favorite print publication earlier, the amount of people taking note of Room 101 has no doubt skyrocketed. I was fortunate enough to spend quite a bit of time with brand head Matt Booth, including a late night after party that included much of the brain trust and many that...
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A new size from Carlito and a new blend from Pepín. That’s the tough life that Robert Levin, head of Ashton, has to live with. Ashton’s trademark has been a steady supply of new releases, and this year was no different. Product releases were sensible, and I guess to an extent boring. After the jump,...
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One of the larger questions going into the 2011 IPCPR, CAO? (That was, “CAO”, “insert question mark.”) At one point there seemed to be a belief that CAO would remain as independent as possible, including the symbolic action of an independent booth. That was not the case… CAO was just another stop on the General...
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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 of actually business. (So busy, that I really didn’t have much time to speak to Jesus while in the booth.) It was a mix of extensions, reblending and preview for...
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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 those at IPCPR. TheCigarFeed broke the news on the star of the My Father booth back when the García family’s company was featured in the State of the Brand series....
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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 to coincide with José O. Padrón’s 85th birthday. The only other interesting tidbit worth mentioning is that at least two retailers claim that they will have these in early August,...
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