IPCPR 2019: Macanudo

IPCPR 2019: Macanudo

posted on July 22nd, 2019

IPCPR 2019: Curivari

IPCPR 2019: Curivari

posted on July 21st, 2019

IPCPR 2019: CAO

IPCPR 2019: CAO

posted on July 19th, 2019

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IPCPR 2019: Macanudo

IPCPR 2019: Macanudo

You can’t drop by the General Cigar booth without stopping by the Macanudo section. This year we talked to Laurel Tilley the new and very limited, brick and mortar-only Macanudo Inspirado Palladium which features more of the tercio-aged tobacco like the kind that goes into the Cohiba Spectre. Next we check out the M Bourbon and extension to the line that started with the M Coffee last year. And finally another limited edition, the Macanudo Heritage Nuevo. …

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IPCPR 2019: Curivari

IPCPR 2019: Curivari

As a big fan of Curivari (the Buenaventura in particular) I always look forward to stopping by the Curivari booth and talking to Andreas Throuvalas about what’s happening. This year isn’t about new product for Curivari, it’s about maintaining consistency and building up tobacco inventory. But also reintroducing people to the popular Achilles line with a slightly tweaked blends that promise more depth, and stronger, clearer packaging. …

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IPCPR 2019: CAO

IPCPR 2019: CAO

CAO has a couple of new cigars for 2019. Rick Rodriguez and Doug Baldwin tell us about the idea behind the new CAO Session and consumers can expect when they light it up. We also take a look at the limited edition V19 extension to Flathead, with a tweaked fermentation process intended to give the cigar more body without sacrificing flavor. And we end with the Amazon Trilogy “prequel” cigar, the CAO Orellana, which was named for the cartographer that …

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IPCPR 2019: Nat Sherman

IPCPR 2019:  Nat Sherman

We met up with Michael Herklots of Nat Sherman to discuss the new Epoca Limited Edition, Timeless Limited Edition and the stunning Timeless TAA Exclusive. We also discuss the changes between the 1930 and Epoca Reserva.

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IPCPR 2019: Partagas

IPCPR 2019: Partagas

This year the Partagas Decadas is getting a re-release after- you guessed it- a decade. And Andres Maturen was there to tell us all about it. Though the details of previous release’s blend weren’t made public beyond the 10 year old Cameroon wrapper, I think it’s safe to say the rest of the blend will be a little different. …