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Philip Wynn Invests in Costa Rica

While it seems that so much of the premium cigar industry is turning to Nicaragua for its tobacco, Philip Wynn, owner of the Felipe Gregorio cigar...more

Posted: August 25, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


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Macanudo Returns to Jamaican Roots

Remember when Macanudos were made in Jamaica with Jamaican tobacco? If you're at all nostalgic for Macanudo cigars with Jamaican leaf, General Cigar...more

Posted: August 13, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


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A Barber-Pole Style Cigar From Camacho

Barber poles, candy canes, double wraps. They're different names for the same thing—a cigar that intertwines two wrappers in the form of ascending,...more

Posted: August 6, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


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Alec Bradley's Coyol Honors Honduran Farm

A single farm in Honduras has inspired Alec Bradley to release Coyol, an upcoming brand that showcases tobacco from a specific plot of land with the...more

Posted: July 31, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


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Cohiba Goes to Nicaragua

There are Cuban Cohibas, Dominican Cohibas and even Cohibas with Cameroon and broadleaf wrappers, but for the first time in the brand's history,...more

Posted: July 28, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


May/June 2014 Issue : Cigar Stars

Controlling Interest

Cigar star Rocky Patel is moving toward controlling every aspect of his ever-growing cigar brand, from seed to shelf

Posted: July 24, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


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Cigar Insider Special Report—2014 Retailer Survey

The Best-Selling Cigar Brands in America, Market Trends and More

Posted: July 22, 2014    By Gregory Mottola / Andrew Nagy / David Savona


Ratings & Reviews : Cigar Toy

Laguiole Cigar Cutters

With knives as distinct and historically relevant as Laguiole, it was only a matter of time before these beautifully forged blades took shape as a...more

Posted: July 16, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


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An Operatic Cigar From Aging Room

There's a new production of Puccini's famous La Boheme, but it won't be playing in any opera house—it will be found in tobacconists. Boutique...more

Posted: July 10, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


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Noblesse—Limited Edition La Aroma de Cuba

For the first time in the brand's history, the Ashton-owned La Aroma de Cuba now has a limited-edition cigar. Dubbed the Noblesse, the new release...more

Posted: July 9, 2014    By Gregory Mottola


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