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SIN COMPROMISO

Sin Compromiso Selección Gran Elefante Heads to Corona Cigar Co.

Later this month, Corona Cigar Co. will get its second Sin Compromiso exclusive. The Sin Compromiso Selección Gran Elefante is a massive 7 x 60…

Sin Compromiso Selección No. 6

I remember the Saturday afternoon where Patrick Lagreid and I were discussing Steve Saka’s return to the cigar industry. Patrick had found evidence that Saka…

Cigaragua Getting Sin Compromiso Exclusivo

In September, Steve Saka will be at an event at Cigaragua in Amsterdam and there will likely be an exclusive cigar for the Dutch retailer….

Corona Cigar Gets Exclusive Sin Compromiso No. 6

Sin Compromiso, one of the most awarded cigars of 2018, actually has six active vitolas, not just the five that were released nationally in September….

Sin Compromiso Selección No. 2

If there has been a phrase that feels a bit overused when it comes to cigars, it’s long-awaited. In the case of Sin Compromiso from…

Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Ships Sin Compromiso

The flagship product of Steve Saka’s Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust is off to stores. It’s called Sin Compromiso, without compromise, a cigar that is made with…

IPCPR 2018: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust

Steve Saka is optimistic. Those are four words that I haven’t been writing of late. Sure—he was passing out buttons that said “I HATE SAKA!!!”…

Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Debuting Sin Compromiso at IPCPR 2018

The long-awaited Sin Compromiso is finally ready to head to stores. Next month, Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust will allow retailers to place orders for Sin…

IPCPR 2016: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust

Steve Saka’s Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust continues to be one of the most challenging booths to cover. When I walked by on days two and…

Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Shows off Todos Las Días, Sin Compromiso & Muestra de Saka

Steve Saka of Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust showed off packaging for three new releases. Two of those new products are not entirely unfamiliar as they…

IPCPR 2015: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust

My sit-down with Steve Saka started with him complimenting himself for “how much of a cheap-ass” he was in regards to the extremely inexpensive cost…