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In the weeks leading up to the Premium Cigar Association’s annual convention and trade show, we get a lot of product announcements. Most of them are about new cigars, but there are quite a few that announce new cigar accessories. While my initial reaction to getting these announcements is to turn them into a story,...
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Like many cigar companies, Sinistro Cigars had a number of new releases planned for the PCA Convention & Trade Show, which was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so it is adjusting and giving one of its new lines a very limited release as a retailer exclusive. This is the second time that the Mr....
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Crowned Heads’ newest line has only been on shelves for about a month, but the company already has plans to expand the line. Next month, the company will ship the Mil Días Mareva Edición Limitada XX, a 5 1/8 x 42 version of the blend. Like other limited Crowned Heads cigars, the size has roots...
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The largest city in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has banned smoking at its city parks and beaches. Yesterday, the Marquette City Commission voted 7-0 to ban smoking at the city-owned parks and beaches. Special events may receive a permit that would allow smoking during an event. The new ordinance will cover 20 parks and five beaches....
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The LH Limited Edition is now available in boxes. Nick Syris, founder of LH Cigars, told halfwheel that the company has begun shipping boxes of the LH Limited Edition, a 6 x 52 toro. The more notable change is that the cigar is being offered in the U.S. after years of being sold in international markets....
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Next month, the Davidoff Year of the Ox is expected to arrive at stores worldwide. For the second time in the Davidoff Zodiac Series history, it will be a 6 x 60. The Davidoff Limited Edition 2021 Year of the Ox will be a 6 x 60 gordo that uses a Dominican wrapper over an Ecuadorian...
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There’s a saying in the world of advertising that if you want to sell something, use babies or puppies. While the former isn’t an option when it comes to premium cigars, the latter certainly is. While AGANORSA Leaf might not have used dogs to sell cigars, it did decide to honor a special group of...
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General Cigar Co. has announced that it is bringing back the CAO Vision, a cigar dating back to 2007 and likely best remembered for its bright white boxes and blue lighting. While the box and the lights return in an updated design, it will not be the same cigar as the company has reblended the...
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