J.C. Newman

Brick House Bricktoberfest 2022 Heads to Stores

The Bricktoberfest 2022 cigar will be available at 150 retailers.

J.C. Newman Ships Updated Diamond Crown Black Diamond

While both the blend and packaging have been updated, J.C. Newman did not change the prices of the Diamond Crown Black Diamond.

Revamped El Baton Heads to Stores

J.C. Newman has given El Baton a new blend and new packaging for 2022.

PCA 2022: J.C. Newman

J.C. Newman’s cardboard booth is back for 2022, though it’s actually a brand new booth that the company hopes to reuse over the years. Inside the booth are more new items than I can ever recall J.C. Newman having at a single trade show.

J.C. Newman to Feature New Angel Cuesta Line, Revamped Diamond Crown Black Diamond and El Baton Lines at PCA 2022

At the 2022 PCA Convention & Trade Show, J.C. Newman will debut a new line, two revamped lines, and an upgraded cigar cutter.

Havana Q Double Toro

Putting away a premium bundle cigar for 18 months of rest provides some interesting results.

New CRA Freedom Sampler Spring 2022 Arrives in Stores

About half of the 10 cigars in this sampler are either exclusives or very difficult to find. Inside, you’ll find cigars from Alec Bradley, Arturo Fuente, Ashton, E.P. Carrillo, J.C. Newman, My Father, Oliva, Padrón, Prometheus, Rocky Patel and Tatuaje.

J.C. Newman Reveals Packaging for Revamped El Baton Line

Not only is J.C. Newman’s El Baton line getting an updated blend, but the packaging is getting an updated look.

J.C. Newman Sues Cuban Stock Over “The American” Trademark Infringement

J.C. Newman claims the Cuban Stock Delicoso Cabinet Selection The American is infringing on its trademarks for “The American.”

Cuesta-Rey No. 95 Cameroon Goes on Sale at J.C. Newman’s Tampa Factory

J.C. Newman celebrates its 127th anniversary today and the company now has a special Tampa-made cigar on sale at its Ybor City headquarters and factory.

J.C. Newman’s Yagua Returns for 2022

In order to create the uniform shape you find on cigars, cigar factories use wooden or plastic molds to form the tobacco to near-perfect cylinders. For Yagua, J.C. Newman ditches the molds and wraps the cigars up in a tree leaf to create one of the most unique-looking cigars you’ll ever see.