IPCPR 2019: Boveda

IPCPR 2019: Boveda

posted on August 11th, 2019

IPCPR 2019: Black Label Trading Company

IPCPR 2019: Black Label Trading Company

posted on August 11th, 2019

IPCPR 2019: Dissident Cigars

IPCPR 2019: Dissident Cigars

posted on August 11th, 2019

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CHATweetUp 2013: 262 Cigars

We missed Clint at the trade show this year, so I made a point of catching up with him at the recent Chattanooga Tweetup to talk cigars. In this video he talks a little about the new Revere Lancero, the Paradigm Corona, possible limited edition fall seasonal blend and his mission to turn every cigar shop in America into a lancero shop.

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CHATweetUp 2013: Kings Cigars

I wasn’t familiar with Kings Cigars when I arrived at the tweetup, and it wasn’t long until I was introduced to Anwar and Pete, two of the guys behind the new boutique company. Click the play button for the scoop on their journey starting out in the cigar business. Their current lineup includes the Baron, a “Connecticut with an attitude”, the Conde, a San Andres Maduro, and the King of Kings, a box-pressed 6 x 64 Ecuadoran Habano. They …

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CHATweetUp 2013: AKA Cigars

Oh, no, we’re not done posting manufacturer interviews yet. This time I have a quick chat with Jay Lundy of AKA Cigars. In it he talks about the original AKA Hybrid line (which features a wrapper that’s a Cameroon-Corojo hybrid), the AKA Respect 2013 vintage, the Davidoff Ecuadoran Connecticut-wrapped AKA Solace and the newest, the AKA Nth Degree Maduro. Enjoy!

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CHATweetUp 2013: Cabal Cigars

I met Chris Arolfo of Cabal Cigars at the trade show, and I spent a little more time getting to know him and his new line of Cabal cigars at the 2013 Chattanooga Tweetup. In this video we talk about Cabal and Esoteric cigars, how he got started, the Cabal concept and what it’s like working with Hendrik Kelner Jr.

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CHATweetUp 2013: AJ Fernandez Cigars

Clay Roberts of AJ Fernandez and I talk about the “Cheatup”, the Oval Connecticut and Pinolero Maduro line expansions, the new limited edition El Mayimbe. The Mayimbe is nearly sold out at this point, but it will be return next year in a different blend. For all the juicy details, click the play button below.

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CHATweetUp 2013: Epicurean Cigars

While at the Chattanooga Tweetup I spoke to Steven Ysidron of Epicurean Cigars for a few minutes about his current products, the event, and future releases, including the upcoming Gonzo Santeria. Enjoy!

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IPCPR 2013: Prometheus

IPCPR 2013: Prometheus

The IPCPR trade show isn’t complete until we spend a little time with Keith Park of Prometheus and take a look at all the company’s new cigars and sharp-looking humidors and accessories. As always, there was no shortage of great looking products. If you’re a fan of rare cigars like Opus X and God of Fire, or enjoy high-end accessories, you need to check this out. And if you’re not, you might be by the end.

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IPCPR 2013: Jose Blanco #DEipcpr

IPCPR 2013: Jose Blanco #DEipcpr

Someone told me a long time ago that if you have a problem with Jose Blanco, then the problem is with you. Jose Blanco has been a great supporter of Stogie Review, social media and bloggers in general since before his current role at Joya De Nicaragua. And his son Jasper is just one adorable little boy! Jose is simply, The Man! If you have a tobacco question, he has an answer for you 99% of the time (a man …

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IPCPR 2013: Willie Herrera #DEipcpr

IPCPR 2013: Willie Herrera #DEipcpr

Us and Willie Herrera go back a long way and it is great to see one of our friends in the industry having the success he is experiencing today. Willie spends a few minutes with us to bring us up to date on how the Herrera Esteli is doing as well as some insight as to a future project or two.

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IPCPR 2013: Cigar Oasis

IPCPR 2013: Cigar Oasis

We first came across Cigar Oasis at last year’s IPCPR when we found a prototype of their new digital hygrometer that had the shape and feel of the old style analog hygrometers. Even more recently Brian Hewitt reviewed a production unit of the Caliber 4R. At this year’s show we spent some time with them to see what else they have been working on.

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