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After more than 25 years in existence, there when it comes to cigars there are relatively few vitolas—specifically outside of the 60-80 ring gauge variety—that Habanos S.A. has not released at some point in the past. However, the recently released  H. Upmann Connossieur No.2 meets that standard in at least one way. Carrying the factory...
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The Toraño Family Cigar Company is excited to inform you that the family’s new cigar brands, “Single Region” and “Master by Carlos Torano” are hitting the store shelves this October. After much anticipation by both consumers and the trade, no one is more excited than the Toraño family to finally make these cigars available at...
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In the spring of 2010 word started spreading about a few very exciting Tatuaje line extensions. Among many fairly normal size extensions and a few band changes were the talk of three broadleaf-wrapped regular production cigars. Now, if you are any kind of Tatuaje fan you know that is very exciting news as the Noella...
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This is a bit odd, only because while I was at the Illusione booth at IPCPR, I talked with Dion about Nosotros and the overwhelming success they had with the first batch and how the second batch was going. I quote myself: Dion also told me his partnership with Jonathan Drew was going extremely well and...
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In August, at the IPCPR show in New Orleans, Viaje showed off another one of its limited releases. The Viaje Satori, which is named for a Japanese word that means “sudden spiritual enlightenment,” was released last week and sold out pretty much immediately. However, unlike some of the llimited releases from Viaje, the Satori should...
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The fight over the proposed park and beach ban in New York City continued, the IPCPR issued its own statement here. In addition, the loophole that has allowed many cigarette makers to reclassify their product as “small cigars” is drawing scrutiny. More news after the jump. Another hurdle in the merger between Scandinavian Tobacco and...
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In early 2009, Litto Gomez of La Flor Dominicana decided to release a monster of a cigar called the La Flor Dominicana Salomon, a huge 7 x 64 perfecto with a Nicaraguan sun grown wrapper and filler from the Dominican Republic. The cigar was released to rave reviews and high ratings, and follow it up, this year...
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When you talk about custom Cuban cigars and the many different rollers that craft them, one of the names you will hear with much prestige is Leopoldina Gutiérrez, otherwise known in the cigar world as “La China.” She is a level eight roller, currently the highest level employed by Habanos S.A. She is known for...
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