The U.S. handmade cigar market experienced robust growth in the first half of 2018, sustaining the positive pace set by the imports of 2017.
Beginning next week, Villiger Cigars North America products will be distributed by JMG International Inc. on the West Coast.
As the the Cigar Rights of America celebrates 10 years representing the premium cigar industry, it is thanking its members for years of support and hopes to enlist a new generation of …
Plasencia Cigars is increasing its retail reach in Canada through a partnership with Scandinavian Tobacco Group Canada.
Sam Morales, director of marketing for Drew Estate, has resigned from the company to pursue other interests.
Nicaragua’s annual Puro Sabor cigar festival has been canceled until further notice.
Altria, the biggest cigarette company in America, has asked the FDA not to spare handmade cigars from regulation.
This year, Cigar Insider surveyed 105 cigar-store owners and managers representing 174 brick-and-mortar cigar shops across the country.
An electrical fire that broke out early this morning at the Las Vegas Convention Center has delayed the opening of the IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas.
Hostos Fernandez Quesada, who left Quesada Cigars in May, has accepted a position with Cigar Rings, a printing and graphic design company that provides cigar bands, labels and packaging for …
Phillips & King will be distributing A.J. Fernandez cigars in California, one of the largest cigar markets in the U.S.
Oettinger Davidoff AG, owner of Davidoff of Geneva USA, reported a 3.7 percent growth in its “own-brand” business in 2017.
Nat Sherman International, which was acquired last year by tobacco giant Altria Group Inc., has announced that it is restructuring its portfolio of premium cigar brands.
Cigar factories in Nicaragua are operating once again, as the country’s nationwide, 24-hour labor strike staged last week has ended.
Tabacalera USA has appointed Luis Miguel Torres as the new head of Casa De Montecristo Inc., a subdivision of the company in charge of operating its branded retail stores and lounges.
Most of Nicaragua has gone on a 24-hour labor strike today, and that includes the workforce of the premium cigar industry.
Eric Hanson, founder of Hammer + Sickle Cigars and executive chairman of Klin Groupe, LLC, died on June 8, 2018. He was 45 years old.
Anti-government protesters in Nicaragua have put up several roadblocks along the country’s Pan-American Highway—a major shipping route—stopping an estimated 6,000 transport trucks and cargo …