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I’m a bit pressed for time, but here’s a very quick rundown of some first impressions of InterTabac 2019 before I head to a dinner I’m already running late to. 1. The Facelift is Complete For the last two years, the Westfalenhallen, the home of the InterTabac trade fair, has been under construction. While I...
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The H. Upmann Nicaragua by AJ Fernandez is getting a limited edition this month, a 6 x 60 gordo that uses tobacco from the 2009 crop of Fernandez’s Finca La Lilia farm, the first crop to make it into a cigar. According to a report by Cigar Aficionado, the cigar shares the majority of the...
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There’s a new short, stout Alec Bradley coming to retailers in the coming weeks, the Magic Toast Chunk. The cigar measures 4 1/2 x 60, a size that has been used before under the same name in the Black Market line as a Canadian exclusive. This version is slated to arrive in the U.S. in...
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Back in 2012, Tatuaje was known for releasing small batches of cigars with little to no warning and even less explanation. That was the case with the Limited Series Mexican Experiment, a limited line that was released with virtually no fanfare in a total of five vitolas, each of which were exclusive to either a...
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On Saturday, the newest Cohiba will debut in Spain. The Cohiba Novedosos, a 6 1/7 (156mm) x 50 parejo, will be shown off to the public for the first time durning an event in Madrid on Saturday. The event, Algo único—something unique—is being organized by the Club Pasion Habanos. Novedosos is not a limited edition,...
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While I haven’t checked the final score as to which company or brand rolled out the most new products at the 2019 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show, one brand I wouldn’t have expected to be on the leaderboard was AVO. The brand’s 30th anniversary had come and gone, things seemed to be in a fairly...
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The latest La Palina Goldie is on its way to store shelves, as the company has begun shipping the Churchill, a cigar that was formally known at the Julieta.. The cigar is a Churchill-esque size, measuring seven inches long with a 48 ring gauge and sporting a fantail cap like the other sizes in the...
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Quesada Cigars has begun shipping the two lines that were the focal point of their offerings at the 2019 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show, the Quesada 1974 and the 2019 installment of the Oktoberfest line. The company made the announcement via Instagram on Tuesday: View this post on Instagram Words from Manolo Quesada about these...
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