There are probably hundreds of “boutique” cigar manufacturers all over the world, and, generally, we associate this term with both the size of the company as well as the volume of production. But for no brand is it more appropriate than for the new, still unknown label Royal Danish Cigars by Jan Vistisen.
The cigar brand Maravilla was a promising blossom of a newcomer, but, sadly, one that quickly faded. Now it’s blooming once again, this time under Cuban oversight in the Dominican Republic.
Macanudo is beyond doubt one of the most successful labels in the history of the cigar. Visually an eyecatcher, in taste refreshingly stimulating. This could be the description of the brand-new Macanudo Inspirado currently being presented by the Scandinavian Tobacco Group.
Travelling with cigars. Here we’re talking about the well-known military-look travel humidors. To anticipate the result: If the aim is to transport cigars from A to B without damage, cases made of high quality plastic like ABS are the perfect thing.
This spring, Dunhill Tobacco of London Ltd. will be launching its first new cigar line in 13 years. The new series, manufactured in the Dominican Republic, will initially comprise four Vitolas.
Let’s be quite clear: lighting a cigar is not an art form. But, still, from time to time even experienced cigar smokers have a hard time lighting them. Reinhold C. Widmayer has seen people light their beloved cigars in the strangest of ways and wants to recap on some basics.
After 100 years and two Atlantic crossings, a box of Cuban cigars, manufactured in the Juan Cueto y Hermano factory, managed to return to its origins in Havana.
Litto Gomez and his wife Ines Lorenzo Gomez made the bold move into the cigar business in 1994 – without any experience. Today La Flor Dominicana is one of the most highly regarded brands.
Now 117 years old, J. C. Newman Cigar Co. is the oldest premium cigar company in the United States that is still owned by the founding family. The brands Cuesta-Rey, Diamond Crown and Brick House are known all over the world.
t has been exactly 20 years since Davidoff moved cigar production to the Dominican Republic. To mark the anniversary, the world’s largest family-owned cigar business is launching a completely new line: Puro d’Oro.
Since Carlos Diez took over the management of the family business, Puros Indios, towards the end of 2007, a great deal has changed, but then again, perhaps not really so much …
The fourth generation of this tobacco business has set its sights on establishing the family name as a global cigar brand. And so far, it’s been a success. Representatives from over 15 countries attended its first international sales meeting.