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A bill has been introduced in Tennesse that would lower the taxes on food at the expense of more than doubling the taxes on tobacco products, including cigars. Rep. Bo Mitchell, D-Nashville, and Sen. Sara Kyle, D-Memphis, have introduced H.B. 1213 and S.B. 946, identical pieces of legislation that would remove the 4 percent state...
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AGANORSA Leaf has announced that it will be adding a toro size to its Supreme Leaf line. Like the robusto vitola that debuted at the 2020 Tobacco Plus Expo in January and shipped in early March, the cigar is a Nicaragua puro that uses exclusively AGANORSA Leaf tobacco. It also became known for its unconventional...
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AGANORSA Leaf has announced that it will be releasing the third installment of its Casa Fernandez Aniversario line this July. This new vitola will utilize the famed 109 vitola, known for its distinctive head and rounded shoulders. However, it is also getting a box press, and at 6 1/4 x 54, is shorter and thicker...
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Next month, one of the more unique cigars from Davidoff’s extensive library of limited editions will return to shelves for the first time in nearly two decades. The Davidoff Limited Edition Special <<53>> Capa Dominicana is a 6 1/8 x 53 perfecto that was originally released in 2002. It marked a special moment for Davidoff,...
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As of today, the sale of flavored tobacco products is now illegal at most retailers in the state of Massachusetts. The one exception to the new law is that businesses defined as “smoking bars” will be able to sell flavored tobacco products and vaping products for on-site consumption. As to what constitutes a smoking bar,...
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News Alec Bradley Adding Four Regional Editions Altadis U.S.A. Ships Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Nicaragua Camacho Liberty 2020 Heads to Stores Cavalier Genève Now Available in Norway CRAFT 2020 Heading to 10 Retailers Next Month InterTabac 2020 Canceled Joya de Nicaragua Releasing Número Uno Le Premier This Summer Liga Privada Year of the Rat...
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For as long as I have been smoking cigars, Quesada has been making cigars. Actually, for as long as I have been alive—and even a bit longer than that—Quesada has been making cigars. Last year, the company acknowledged the start of their cigar making ventures with a new line named for the year they started...
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If you’ve been following the cigars reviewed on halfwheel for the last month or so, you’ve likely been rather familiar with a three-letter combination: T, A, A. The Tobacconists’ Association of America (TAA) is a group of about 80 retailers as well as 40 or so manufacturers. The association gathers annually to discuss issues facing the industry...
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