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Abundant Anniversaries In Cigar Business

This is shaping up to be quite a year for cigar anniversaries. While anniversary cigars seem to be an annual ritual in the cigar industry, the...more

Posted: September 2, 2014    By David Savona


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Davidoff Opens Cigar Lounge in Connecticut

The most tony of towns in Southern Connecticut now has a new cigar oasis. A Davidoff Cigar Lounge opened in Greenwich, Connecticut last week,...more

Posted: August 27, 2014    By David Savona


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Guayabera Lady, Fuente Unite for Charity Event

For the third consecutive year, famed cigarmaker Carlos Fuente Jr. is teaming up with Berta "The Guayabera Lady" Bravo to host Havana Nights—A...more

Posted: August 26, 2014    By Andrew Nagy


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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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Fuente Expanding Añejo Brand

Arturo Fuente's dark, rare and considerably powerful Añejo brand is getting a new size. The Arturo Fuente Añejo Reserva will be shipping in...more

Posted: August 18, 2014    By David Savona


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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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Senators Voice Support for Cigars

Eight senators sent a bipartisan letter to the head of the Food & Drug Administration last week that strongly urges the agency to enact an exemption...more

Posted: August 12, 2014    By Andrew Nagy


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Sosa Commemorates 50th Anniversary with Cigar

Juan Sosa began growing tobacco in Cuba's Las Villas region in the early 1900's, and by the ‘20s his son Arturo and grandson Juan were...more

Posted: August 11, 2014    By Andrew Nagy


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Taste Each Leaf in Alec Bradley's Fine & Rare with this Limited Box

Alec Bradley's new Fine & Rare (dubbed TA-25A) has 10 tobacco leaves, just like the other Fine & Rare cigars that came before. But a special version...more

Posted: August 8, 2014    By David Savona


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FDA Cigar Regulation Comment Period Ends Tomorrow

At 11:59 p.m. tomorrow night, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration will stop receiving public comments on the controversial cigar regulations it...more

Posted: August 7, 2014    By Andrew Nagy


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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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