Berger & Argenti Entubar V32

Weekly News (October 31, 2011)

Editor’s Note: Happy Halloween. It’s another relatively slow week of cigar news. It will be like this going forward for most of the rest of…

Weekly News (July 11, 2011)

Editor’s Note: And here we are. One week out from the IPCPR trade show and things are reaching their peak. Last week saw a host…

Berger & Argenti Entubar V32 (Exclusive) (Updated)

A bit ago we mentioned that Berger & Argenti was announcing the Entubar V32 and now we have some of the details. When I spoke…

Weekly News (March 14, 2011)

Add this to the list of things I forgot last week… Illusione is adding a lot of Maduro. I originally was under the impression that…

Weekly News (January 24, 2011)

On Tuesday, we broke the news regarding the discontinuation of the AVO 787. La Sirena, Miami Cigar & Co.’s newest release, is in Miami at the warehouse, should be at retailers in a few days. In other news from Miami Cigar & Co., the La Aurora Corojo will be released at the 2011 IPCPR show. For anyone that was at the show this past year, you’ll know it was one of the cigars featured at the booth, however packaging and branding concerns led to a decision to relaunch and release the cigar in July. It will feature new packaging and banding, but the cigar itself will be the same. La Aurora also announced that the 1495 BME Sumo Short Robusto will be making it’s U.S. debut. The NUb-style cigar has been in the European markets since early fall, and Miami Cigar & Co. has now decided to bring the cigar to the U.S. market. It’s 4 x 58 and should be available in a few packaging options, including boxes of five. In other large ring gauge news, the Cain F NUb is also shipping this week, the post from when we originally broke the story now has price points for the two sizes. In other Oliva/Studio Tobac news, rumor has it the Studio Tobac tour will start on el niño diablo’s birthday.