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STG Estelí

CAO Orellana

When I first heard about the CAO Amazon Series, I thought it was nothing more than a marketing ploy, an opinion that was proven wrong...
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CAO Flathead V19 Camshaft

In 2013, General Cigar Co.’s CAO brand launched a line called Flathead that drew from the automotive and motorcycle worlds for its inspiration. The original...
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Cohiba Silencio Arrives in Stores

The Cohiba Silencio, a cigar made as a private blend for brand ambassador Sean Williams, is now in stores. General Cigar Co. has begun shipping...
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CAO Hommage to Nicaragua Heading to International Markets

Last year there was the CAO Estelí and then CAO Nicaragua, now there’s a CAO Hommage to Nicaragua. Select markets outside the U.S. will be...
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CAO Flathead V19 Debuting at IPCPR 2019

CAO’s popular Flathead is getting a follow up this year. It’s called the CAO Flathead V19 and uses tobaccos from Connecticut for both the wrapper...
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CAO Brazilia Select Heading to TAA Stores Later This Year

General Cigar Co.’s exclusive release for members of the Tobacconists Association of America (TAA) this year is a CAO. The CAO Brazilia Select is a...
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Cohiba Silencio

There have been many notable cigars released as event-exclusive cigars through the years, from the legendary Tatuaje Black Label Robusto three-packs to the Menelik from...
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La Gloria Cubana Estelí Robusto

If I had to give an award for the best trade show walkthrough, it would go to General Cigar Co. Each tour is a series...
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CAO Nicaragua Debuts at IPCPR 2018

Earlier this year there was a CAO Estelí, now there’s a CAO Nicaragua. While the name is Nicaragua, the wrapper is actually from the Jamastran...
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General Adds La Gloria Cubana Estelí

General Cigar Co.’s La Gloria Cubana brand is going to Estelí. At this week’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, General will show off the new...
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Nicaraguan Cargo Transports Halted by Roadblocks, Cigar Industry Braces for Impact

After nearly two months of protests, deaths and failed negotiations, the crisis in Nicaragua has hit a new level as far as the cigar industry...
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