Oettinger Davidoff AG relaunches its Zino cigar line for open minded and spontaneous aficionados.
Granada, Nicaragua: Mombacho Cigars S.A. has hired Indian Ortez as General Manager for the company’s Nicaraguan operations.
United Cigars Director of Operations, Oliver Nivaud, has launched the first NFT (Non-Fungible Token) cigar. NFT is a unit of data on a digital ledger called a blockchain, where each NFT can represent a unique digital item, and thus they are not interchangeable.
Cohiba is launching the Cohiba Serie M, the first collection of Cohiba to be handcrafted in the U.S. for sale in the U.S.
Drew Estate is introducing a Herrera Estelí exclusive cigar for Vintage Cigar Lounge in Rhode Island.
Three new products will be available at the Swiss Casas del Habano starting on April 7, 2021 and exactly one week later at all Habanos Specialists in Switzerland.
As part of its 50th anniversary celebration, JR Cigar is paying homage to the most iconic cigar brand in the industry with the release of the Montecristo Cincuenta JR 50th offered in the torpedo vitola.
Maya Selva Cigars launches a new Nicaraguan puro to the Cumpay collection. The Robusto Maduro with its naturally fermented Nicaraguan wrapper will stay true to the collection’s unique character.
J Cortès & Oliva Cigars announced that they have appointed Asia Marketing Services (AMS) of Taipei, Taiwan, as their sales and marketing agent for the Asia-Pacific region.
The Premium Cigar Association (PCA) announced that Glynn Loope has officically joined PCA as the full time director of state advocacy.
The Association of Dominican Cigar Manufacturers, Procigar, has announced that due to the safety restrictions still in place in the Dominican Republic, Procigar Festival 2021 is officially canceled.
Tampa’s most famous cigar factory, El Reloj, turns 111 years old today, March 31. J.C. Newman Cigar Company will celebrate this milestone all day long with free factory tours, special 1910 cigar prices, and by bringing back the first cigar factory lectors to Tampa since they were banned in 1931. “When El Reloj opened in 1910,…