Commemorating the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, Davidoff of Geneva USA is unveiling the Exclusive Indy 500 Edition. Known as the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, the world’s largest single day spectator sporting event will be celebrating its 100th running on May 29, 2016.
Davidoff of Geneva will open its largest cigar bar and lounge in the world, located in the MetWest shopping village on February 18. A partnership with Jeff and Tanya Borysiewicz, owners of Orlando-based Corona Cigar Company, the store occupies 5,000 square feet.
General Cigar announced that Punch Rare Corojo has begun making its annual return to retail. The 2016 release of Punch Rare Corojo marks the addition of Regalias Perfecto, a 7.25” x 54 Perfecto.
“Last year we released the Asylum Nyctophilia at TAA. This year we decided to showcase a cigar under the C.L.E. portfolio.” says Christian Eiroa, founder of C.L.E. Cigar Company.
Joya de Nicaragua has announced that the Joya Red Half Corona (3¾ x 46) is now available for sale in the U.S. Joya de Nicaragua introduced this new vitola to the Joya Red cigar line last September during the Inter-Tabac trade show held in Dortmund, Germany.
Following the acquisition of a 25% interest in its Asia Distributor Bluebell Cigars (Asia) Ltd a year ago, Oettinger Davidoff AG, headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, announced today the acquisition of a majority interest effective January 1, 2016.
General Cigar announced that the company modernized the design of its iconic Macanudo logo for the U.S. market. Beginning on January 15, 2016, Macanudo Café, Macanudo Maduro, Macanudo Crü Royale and Macanudo 1968 and will feature the brand’s new look.
A.J. Fernandez Cigars announces that managing partner, Kris Kachaturian will soon retire and shift into an advisory role for the brand. Kachaturian will continue in day to day operations for the time being, to ensure a smooth transition.
These cigars made their debut at IPCPR 2015 but were not available to be shipped until now. The cigar is all Honduran with the tobacco grown by Julio Eiroa in the Jamastran Valley and rolled of the Aladino Factory in Danli, Honduras.
CAO Cigars announced that the brand will donate a portion of the proceeds from its small batch cigar called CAO Honor to the Amazing Surf Adventures (ASA) Operation Surf program benefitting military veterans.
Drew Estate announced the release of their new Kentucky Fire Cured Fightn’ 69th today. The new cigar is being produced exclusively for Alliance Cigar in Hauppauge, NY.
Launched in 2012, the Davidoff Art Initiative aims to support contemporary art and artists in the Caribbean, in particular the Dominican Republic, and to foster cultural engagement between the Caribbean and the rest of the world.