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Manifatture Sigaro Toscano S.p.A.

Toscano Duecento

One of the things I’ve been meaning to do at halfwheel is to review a Toscano. The Italian cigars—the name of which is both a reference...
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Toscano Duecento Coming to the U.S. This August

In 2018, Toscano celebrated its 200th anniversary with a cigar called Duecento, but it never was offered in the U.S. Next month, Miami Cigar &...
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IPCPR 2019: Toscano

One of the more surprising success stories of the last few years has been Toscano. The Italian cigarmaker—a completely different subset of products compared to most the cigars you read about on this website—is distributed by Miami Cigar & Co. and doing well. While in the booth, I overheard a rather prominent retailer remarking how […]
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Toscano Stilnovo Debuting at IPCPR 2019

Toscano is the foremost name when it comes to Italian cigars but in recent years the company has begun offering slightly larger cigars. The newest of those is called Stilnovo, a 6 1/2 x 40, that is a hybrid between traditional Italian cigar making and how handmade cigars are made in the rest of the […]
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IPCPR 2018: Toscano

In a year full of anniversaries, I feel confident saying Toscano is the oldest company. The Italian cigar maker is celebrating two centuries this year, though...
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Toscano Originale Heading to U.S.

In 1970, the Agenzia delle Dogane e dei Monopoli—the Italian state monopoly responsible for tobacco and other things—decided to stop the production of handmade Italian cigars....
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