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At the 2020 Tobacco Plus Expo (TPE) in January, Villiger Cigars North America rolled out a new pair of cigars that both celebrates the brand’s new home in Brazil but also references the company’s history of more than 130 years. Named do Brasil—which means of Brasil in Portuguese—both cigars are Brazilian puros, one a Claro version...
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During its meeting today, the Tobacconists’ Association of America announced that Joe Arundel would become the organization’s new president. Arundel is the owner of Rain City Cigars in Seattle, Wash. He has previously served as the TAA’s second vice-president, and just recently announced that he would be stepping down as president of the Cigar Association...
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The TAA 2020 Meeting & Convention is now canceled. Today, the Tobacconists’ Association of America (TAA) met and voted on how to proceed with this year’s event, which was supposed to take place March 22-26, 2020 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Two weeks ago, the group announced it would postpone the event due to coronavirus...
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One of the main storylines from the 2020 Tobacco Plus Expo (TPE) was how many new releases would be unveiled at the show. Among the companies that rolled out new cigars, Drew Estate had a pair of new offerings, both 4 x 44 petit coronas for its Undercrown Maduro and Undercrown Shade lines. The two cigars...
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For the most part, we can eventually find the cigars we want to review. While manufacturers will send us cigars—an increasingly rarer phenomenon as we’ve instructed many of them to stop or at least ask us before sending anything—we almost never ask for them to send cigars. Instead, we rely on roughly eight retailers to buy...
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Two cigar trade groups have asked FDA to delay the May 2020 substantial equivalence submission deadline due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. If it doesn’t by the end of the week, the groups say they will ask a court to force the agency to do just that. Cigar Rights of America (CRA) and the Premium...
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In September 2019, Asylum released a brand new limited edition to celebrate seven years in business. Appropriately named Seven, the new blend debuted in two different sizes, including a 7 x 70 and the 11/18 vitola measuring 6 1/4 x 52/60 that was made popular by the Eiroa family when it owned the Camacho brand. There have been a number...
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The newest Crowned Heads cigar is actually one of the company’s first blends. Later this year, the company will release the Four Kicks Capa Especial, a cigar that was one of the test blends developed when the company was working on its first cigar, Four Kicks. According to Cigar Aficionado, there were three different blends that...
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