Regius

Regius & Quesada End Distribution Agreement

Effective April 30, Quesada will no longer handle U.S. distribution of Regius. Quesada picked up distribution of Regius in mid-2012. At that time, the brand…

Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. Oscuro Especial Pressed Perfecto

In 2014, Regius of London Cigars released the first and second blends in a new line named Exclusivo U.S.A. which featured red and white bands respectively….

Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. Oscuro Especial Slated for February

In the last month, a blue-banded cigar from Regius has shown up in a few pictures. Turns out, that cigar will be the third and…

Regius Seleccion Orchant Robusto Limited Edition 2014

For the second year in a row Regius Cigars has released their limited edition Seleccion Orchant, a cigar produced by Regius partnered with Mitchell Orchant…

Second Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. Coming

Only a few days after formal announcements regarding the national release of the Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. were made, news of a second cigar to carry…

Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. Ships Nationwide

In May, the Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. debuted at Casa De Montecristo, now it’s headed to stores nationally. The four vitola line is the latest from…

Weekly News (April 7, 2014)

Cigar News The following companies announced new exclusive releases for the Tobacconists Association of America: Altadis USA — H. Upmann Bank Note AVO — AVO 2nd…

Regius Teases New Exclusivo U.S.A.

Akhil Kapacee of Regius recently teased a new project that he expects to be released in May, though he’s keeping fairly tight-lipped about it. On…

Regius Seleccion Orchant Robusto LE (Prerelease)

London has earned its place as a hotbed of cigars, due in some part to retailers who can trace their roots back some 200 years…

IPCPR 2013: SAG Imports

Like most manufacturers at the show this year, SAG Imports looked much like it had in recent years, and a conversation with Terence Reilly revealed…

Weekly News (May 27, 2013)

Editor’s Note: I’ve never made these columns about my personal life. Many others do it in their blogs—most notably Jerry Cruz, who does it better…