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Premium cigar lovers from all over the world flew to Nicaragua, the leading producer of handmade cigars, to participate in the country’s largest cigar and tobacco celebration.
After four years of impressive growth, the U.S. market for premium, handmade cigars is showing signs of slowing.
Kretek International Inc., owners of Phillips & King and Ventura Cigar Co., announced today that it won’t be attending the next PCA cigar convention.
Since the announcement that four big cigar companies were pulling out of the annual Premium Cigar Association trade show, several cigar companies and organizations have come …
Four of the biggest companies in the premium cigar business will not be attending the Premium Cigar Association (PCA) trade show this summer.
Cigar Aficionado is seeking an assistant editor/assistant web manager with web and magazine experience to join its New York City staff.
Scandinavian Tobacco Group has completed the acquisition of Royal Agio Cigars for 210 million euros (about $235 million).
The year 2020 will be a busy one for cigar events. Many are open to consumers, while some are restricted to the trade.
Oliva Cigars formally opened its renovated Tabolisa 1 cigar factory at a December 18 ceremony in Estelí, the town where most Nicaraguan cigars are rolled.