HR Hirochi Robaina Claro Toro

HR Hirochi Robaina Claro Toro

posted on September 27th, 2016

Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 103

Brian’s The Week In Smoke, Issue 103

posted on September 23rd, 2016

Foundation Cigars Charter Oak Connecticut Rothchild

Foundation Cigars Charter Oak Connecticut Rothchild

posted on September 22nd, 2016

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IPCPR 2016: Foundry

IPCPR 2016: Foundry

In this video Justin Andrews takes us on colorful trip through Foundry Tobacco Company’s new offerings. He starts things off with a collaboration A.J. Fernandez called Time Flies. It comes in a limited edition skull box (regular boxes also available) and features a Sumatra wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and fillers. This cigar is a brick and mortar only release, and will retail for between $7 and $9, plus applicable taxes. Look for it at the end of August.

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IPCPR 2016: Dunhill

IPCPR 2016: Dunhill

Ben is a big fan of the Dunhill Heritage (it got an honorable mention on his top ten list last year) and as a pipe geek, he was looking forward to talking to Steven Kron about Dunhill’s cigar and pipe tobacco offerings. So it only made sense for him to step out from behind the camera to take us on the Dunhill tour.

We get started with the new Dunhill Aged Maduro which features a dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, …

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IPCPR 2016: CAO

IPCPR 2016: CAO

At the CAO display we saw something that seemed a little familiar, but with a name we didn’t recognize. I’m talking about the CAO Consigliere of course, not Rick Rodriguez. He wasn’t wearing a name tag when we talked to him, but I’m pretty sure his name hasn’t changed.

Rick is a little bit coy about the Consigliere, but the truth is it’s a new name for an old cigar that CAO is bringing out of retirement: Sopranos. There’s no …

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IPCPR 2016: Cohiba

IPCPR 2016: Cohiba

The next stop on the General Cigar tour was the Cohiba display to check out the new Cohiba Macassar. Steve Abbot tells us that the new cigar was inspired by a rare, expensive wood called Ebony Macassar (or Makassar Ebony) with a grain known for it’s dark brown to black stripes. The idea is a provide the consumer with a luxurious cigar in equally luxurious packaging.

The blend is completely made of proprietary tobaccos- a Connecticut Havano wrapper, a Connecticut …

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IPCPR 2016: Toraño

IPCPR 2016: Toraño

Our first stop in the large, open General Cigars booth was the Toraño display. Jack Toraño, Toraño Brand Ambassador is happy to be back representing the brand, and wanted to talk about the two new Vault lines. Each line comes in two sizes, a Robusto and a 6 x 60. Not only are the lines new, the packaging has been colorfully updated- the Nicaraguan puro comes in a neon green box, and the Mexican San Andres blend comes in an …

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