A trio of new Archetype cigars are now shipping to retail tobacconists. Fantasy Miniseries consists of three new blends produced by the Oliva Cigar Co. in Nicaragua.
Royal Agio's new San Pedro de Macorís is a premium brand that retails from $4.75 to $5.50.
Warped Cigars has finally shipping its Serie Gran Reserva 1988 to cigar shops.
Called Tatuaje 15th Anniversary, the cigar celebrates the company’s decade and a half in the cigar business is actually two figurados that are being offered in two wrapper shades.
Rocky Patel Premium Cigars is launching three new Nicaraguan cigars this week: Tavicusa, ALR and Liberation By Hamlet.
Curivari brand owner Andreas Throuvalis put together two sampler packs of his 2017 cigar releases: Coleccion No. 1 and Coleccion No. 2.
Drew Estate's Herrera Esteli Brazilian Maduro features a dark, Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper over a Connecticut broadleaf binder, with filler tobaccos from Nicaragua.
We have just added 80 new cigar reviews to our extensive online tasting database, and many of them are exceptional, scoring 91 points or higher.
Las 6 Provincias is named after Cuba’s six provinces before the Castro regime rezoned the country to its present-day 15 provinces.
La Flor Dominicana has added two vitolas to its La Flor Dominicana Ligero line, the Lancero and the “A.”
Caldwell Cigar Co.'s Pacific Standard will only be shipping to cigar retailers in California, Oregon and Washington.
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.
Cohiba Spectre is a limited-edition Cohiba with a suggested retail price of $90 per cigar, the most expensive Cohiba General has ever made.
Liga Privada 10-Year Aniversario is a limited-edition smoke that wears a unique wrapper grown in Connecticut exclusively for Drew Estate.
Falto LJF Reserva del Fundado measures 5 1/2 inches long by 52 ring gauge and is made at the La Aurora S.A. factory in the Dominican Republic.
Liga Privada H99 is a blend of aged Nicaraguan and Honduran filler tobaccos and Mexican San Andrés binder, covered in an oily, red-hued Corojo wrapper grown in the Connecticut River Valley.
Room101 is introducing milder versions of the The T and the Farce with Connecticut wrappers, as well as Hit & Run Part Deux (Rip & Dip), at this week’s IPCPR trade show.
Drew Estate will debut three new sizes in both its popular Liga Privada No. 9 and T52 lines, all 46 ring gauge or slimmer.