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An Interview with Christian Eiroa

The man behind Camacho, La Fontana and Baccarat cigars from Honduras.
David Savona
From the Print Edition:
Emeril Lagasse, Sept/Oct 2005

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A: No. We have not been very successful in delivering that message. My father and I, we don't like to brag. We're not a big company.

Q: You're not small.

A: For this industry, no. In size, in premiums, we're probably number five or six. I think the growth has been in better quality products. There are better cigars out there. I think consumers want quality. They're willing to pay for quality. If you want stuff to mow your lawn with, there are people you go to for that. If you want something good, you're going to pay a price. You look to pay a price.

Photo by Gary John Norman

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