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Brizard & Co. is one of the more impressive booths I cover, while at the same time being one of the most intimidating ones. The products on display always impress me, not only with their quality but with the designs and cohesive nature of each collection of accessories. It’s also one of the most intimidating since there is always so much information to gather.

Just to give you an idea of how many items we’re talking about, their catalog has 13 different collections of various materials, many with multiple color combinations, with each collection having a variety of different types of cigar cases, lighters, cutters, flasks, money clips, cuff links, travel valets and eyewear stands available to choose from. Oh, and don’t forget about the ashtrays and humidors. Certainly plenty of options to fit many different personal tastes.

The booth is the same as 2019, and while the majority of those product combinations I mentioned above aren’t new, there are still plenty of new finishes, materials and products on display. I was able to grab some time with the very busy Cyril Brizard, who graciously took some time to show me the plethora of new products he brought to the show.

Each year, Brizard likes to highlight one product. This year, he is highlighting the Havana Traveler case. It includes the matching flask, cases to hold a lighter and a cutter, and a five-cigar case. While the flask tucks securely into a leather strap, the five-cigar case, lighter and cutter cases all attach via a magnetic system.

Brizard & Co. Augusta Collection

The Augusta Collection is inspired by the Augusta National Golf Club where the Masters Tournament is held each year. The majority of the collection uses green leather with brown accents, while the three cigar case has white leather stamped with a geometric pattern meant to look like a golf ball. All the pieces in this collection are regular production with the exception of the three cigar case, which is limited to 300 pieces.

  • Augusta Collection “Show Band” 3 Cigar Case Gordo — $220 (pictured above)
  • Augusta Collection Single Cigar Tube — $90
  • Augusta Collection “Show Band” 5 Cigar Case — $198
  • Augusta Collection Havana Traveler — $550 (pictured above)
  • Augusta Collection Cylinder Desk Humidor Standard — $250
  • Augusta Collection Cylinder Desk Humidor Large — $300
  • Augusta Collection Airflow Humidor (30/40 count) — $520
  • Augusta Collection Airflow Humidor (60/70 count) — $590
  • Augusta Collection La Casita de Puros — $498
  • Augusta Collection The Nano Lighter — $80
  • Augusta Collection The Sottile Lighter — $155 (pictured above)
  • Augusta Collection Venezia Lighter — $190
  • Augusta Collection Triple Jet Table Lighter — $150
  • Augusta Collection Double Guillotine Series 2 with pouch — $89 (pictured above)
  • Augusta Collection The Elite Series 2 Cutter — $110 (pictured above)
  • Augusta Collection “V” Cutter with Pouch — $120 (pictured above)
  • Augusta Collection The Trilogy Cigar Punch with pouch — $39 (pictured above)
  • Augusta Collection 6oz Classic Flask — $79
  • Augusta Collection 8oz Classic Flask — $89
  • Augusta Collection 6oz Series II Flask — $89
  • Augusta Collection Money Clip — $79
  • Augusta Collection Cuff Links — $79
  • Augusta Collection Travel Valets — $99
  • Augusta Collection Luxury Eyewear Stand (Standard) — $99
  • Augusta Collection Luxury Eyewear Stand (Large Frames) — $119

Production: Regular Production; 3 Cigar Case, 300 pieces

Release Date: July 2021

Brizard & Co Bali Collection

Brizard saw this stamped leather pattern and immediately thought of the woven thatching from his travels in Bali, Indonesia. The collection is new, but so is the larger 4 1/2″ diameter cylinder humidor pictured above. Previous, the only cylinder desktop humidor was available in a 3″ diameter.

  • Bali Collection “Show Band” 3 Cigar Case Gordo — $150
  • Bali Collection Havana Traveler — $490
  • Bali Collection Cylinder Desk Humidor Large — $250
  • Bali Collection Airflow Humidor (60/70 count) — $690 (not pictured)
  • Bali Collection Triple Jet Table Lighter — $130

Production: Regular Production

Release Date: July 2021

Brizard & Co. Cubano Room Collection

The Cubano Room Collection is themed after a Newport Beach private cigar club. The club’s site describes it as a place “Where south beach inspiration meets super yacht expectations.” The teal and white theming of the club is matched in the collection with white ostrich leather alongside teal top grain leather.

  • Cubano Room Havana Traveler — $1550
  • Cubano Room Venezia Lighter — $230
  • Cubano Room The Elite Series 2 Cutter — $140

Production: Regular Production

Release Date: July 2021

Brizard & Co. Matcha Collection

Inspired by the rich green color of matcha, a fine powder made from green tea leaves, the Matcha Collection features ostrich and top grain leather dyed a bright green.

  • Matcha Collection “Show Band” 3 Cigar Case Standard — $360
  • Matcha Collection “Show Band” 3 Cigar Case Gordo — $390
  • Matcha Collection Havana Traveler — $1550 (pictured above)
  • Matcha Collection The Sottile Lighter — $199 (pictured above)
  • Matcha Collection Venezia Lighter — $220
  • Matcha Collection Triple Jet Table Lighter — $220
  • Matcha Collection The Elite Series 2 Cutter — $130 (pictured above)

Production: Regular production

Release Date: July 2021

Brizard & Co Python Collection

The Python Collection has gotten a slight update and a limited edition three cigar case. Previously, the exotic leather collection was all one solid color. Now, a band around the bottom of the lids and the bottom of the cases feature a different color, giving the piece a little bit of flair.

  • Python Collection “Show Band” 3 Cigar Case Gordo — $220 (pictured above)
  • Python Collection Single Cigar Tube — $90
  • Python Collection “Show Band” 5 Cigar Case — $198
  • Python Collection Havana Traveler — $550 (pictured above)
  • Python Collection Cylinder Desk Humidor Standard — $250
  • Python Collection Cylinder Desk Humidor Large — $300
  • Python Collection Airflow Humidor (30/40 count) — $520
  • Python Collection Airflow Humidor (60/70 count) — $590
  • Python Collection La Casita de Puros — $398 (pictured above)
  • Python Collection The Nano Lighter — $80 (pictured above)
  • Python Collection The Sottile Lighter — $155
  • Python Collection Venezia Lighter — $190 (pictured above)
  • Python Collection Triple Jet Table Lighter — $150
  • Python Collection Double Guillotine Series 2 with pouch — $89 (pictured above)
  • Python Collection The Elite Series 2 Cutter — $110
  • Python Collection “V” Cutter with Pouch — $120 (pictured above)
  • Python Collection The Trilogy Cigar Punch with pouch — $39
  • Python Collection 6oz Classic Flask — $85
  • Python Collection 8oz Classic Flask — $89
  • Python Collection 6oz Series II Flask — $89
  • Python Collection Money Clip — $79 (pictured above)
  • Python Collection Cuff Links — $79
  • Python Collection Travel Valets — $99
  • Python Collection Luxury Eyewear Stand (Standard) — $99
  • Python Collection Luxury Eyewear Stand (Large Frames) — $119

Production: Regular Production; 3 Cigar Case Gordo, 100 pieces

Release Date: July 2021

Brizard & Co. Stingray Cigar Case

The Stingray Cigar Case has received an updated look. Previous versions featured stingray leather on both the top and bottom of the case. Now, the top still features stingray leather, while the bottom has varying colored top grain leather.

  • Stingray Collection “Show Band” 3 Cigar Case Standard — $360
  • Stingray Collection “Show Band” 3 Cigar Case Gordo — $390

Production: Regular Production

Release Date: July 2021

Brizard & Co. Royal Oak Humidor

The Royal Oak Humidor is not new, but it is getting new finishes. Previously it was only available in black and natural, but it too is getting a pop of color. Initially red will be the only new color available, but more colors are in the works.

  • Royal Oak Humidor (30/40 count) — $550
  • Royal Oak Humidor (60/70 count) — $850

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Brian Burt

I have been smoking cigars since 2005 and reviewing them as a hobby since 2010. Initially, I started out small with a 50-count humidor and only smoking one or two cigars a month. Not knowing anybody else that smoked cigars, it was only an occasional hobby that I took part in. In March of 2010, I joined Nublive and Cigar Asylum, connecting me with many people who also shared an interest in cigars. Reading what they had to say about brands I had never heard of, I quickly immersed myself in the boutique brands of the industry and it was then that cigars transformed from a hobby into a passion.