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Colorado continues to be a hotbed of support for the Tobacco 21 movement, as this week the Garfield County Board of Commissioners voted to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco and nicotine products in the unincorporated areas of the county from 18 to 21-years-old. The increase goes into effect on Dec. 1. Located due...
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The Tobacco 21 movement will once again find itself doing battle in Arizona, as Sen. Heather Carter (R-Cave Creek) has said that she will reintroduce a bill to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21-years-old. Additionally, Carter said her bill will subject vaping products to the same regulations as tobacco products, which...
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The 2019 edition of the Cohiba Spectre is beginning to arrive at retailers, and like last year, it comes with a premium price tag. General Cigar Co. began shipping the cigar to select accounts holding launch events last week, with the full shipment beginning this week. The 2019 version comes in a 6 x 49...
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The EPEAK, a new single flame torch lighter from Vector-KGM, is on its way to retailers. Designed as “the next evolutionary step” of the Vector Epic that was released in Feb. 2019 and since discontinued, the EPEAK has a cylindrical body style with a push button ignition. It also features a flame adjustment lever and...
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The age to purchase tobacco products and e-cigarettes will be going to 21-years-old in Durham, N.H. after the town council unanimously approved an ordinance at its meeting on Monday. During the debate, the council toned down the original version of the proposal, which would have made raised the age to possess and use such products...
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And finally some good news. Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Health passed H.R. 2339, the Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019. a bill that includes a plethora of new tobacco regulations, many of which—notably a ban on online and catalog sales—that would devastate the premium cigar industry. Before the Subcommittee...
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Oscar Valladares is getting into cigar tourism with the launch of a new program called the Oscar Valladares Tobacco Adventure. Valladares will be hosting groups wishing to see the cigar making process in person beginning in 2020, with each tour spanning four days and three nights. During each tour, attendees will travel to Valladares’ factory...
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The newest XIKAR cutter is off to stores. Quality Importers Trading Co. has announced that it has begun shipping the XIKAR Ensō, a new round cutter that is a follow-up of sorts for the XIKAR XO. Both cutters are round and use dual guillotine blades, though there are some differences. The XO uses two handles...
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