Nearly 250 acres of tobacco is flourishing at the El Corojo farm in Honduras, which is owned by Christian Eiroa.
Alec Bradley’s annual St. Patrick’s Day cigar, the Black Market Filthy Hooligan, is back. The barber-pole cigar began shipping to stores today along with another limited cigar called the …
Wynwood Hills is a 4 1/2 inch by 50 ring gauge robusto that’s available in either Sumatra, broadleaf or Corojo wrappers.
George Rico’s Gran Habano brand has a new cigar heading to tobacconists this week called Blue in Green.
Fine & Rare, the limited-edition Alec Bradley cigar rolled with 10 different tobaccos, is headed back to stores this month.
Alec Bradley Magic Toast will begin shipping to tobacconists this week.
Camacho Diploma, the nearly 20-year-old cigar brand that relaunched last year as Camacho Diploma Special Selection, is seeing the return of a classic size called 11/18.
Alec and Bradley Rubin, the sons of Alec Bradley Cigars owner Alan Rubin, have begun shipping Blind Faith, their first cigar brand.
Magic Toast is rolled with a Honduran cover leaf and a double binder from Nicaragua and Honduras, as well as filler tobacco from Nicaragua and Honduras.
Blind Faith by Alec & Bradley is the first cigar blended by company owner Alan Rubin's sons, Alec and Bradley.
Camacho is adding another cigar to its long-running Liberty Series.
Camacho Coyolar is sporting new packaging but retaining its original brand concept: blended solely with tobaccos grown from a single, 15-acre farm in Honduras.
Alec Bradley Medalist has been updated with a new band and box artwork. The cigars will receive a global release this April.
Henry Clay Rustic Cheroot is a tiny cigar that takes the form of a cheroot—a rustic-style smoke that’s typically rolled with an open head and foot.
Camacho Cigars has brought back Camacho Candela, a shamrock-hued cigar that returns just in time for St. Patrick’s Day
Alec Bradley Cigar Co. has brought back Filthy Hooligan in honor of St. Patrick’s Day
The La Palina Bronze Label has expanded to three sizes and will hit cigar shops next month.
The Plasencia family is in the midst of its 2017–2018 tobacco harvest, which Nestor Andrés Plasencia, vice president of Plasencia Tobacco S.A., says is exceptional.