Although Las Vegas is far more liberal than most places in the US, not even the capital of gambling has been able to completely avoid the stricter rules.
When Manuel Quesada turned 70 earlier this year he decided to celebrate with a new cigar. At InterTabac the MQ70 was introduced to the European market.
Oscar Valladares came to InterTabac with three new cigars for the European market.
The start of 2018 will see a few new releases from Tatuaje Cigars. First one out are three new sizes in the RC series.
At the InterTabac trade show in Dortmund My Father Cigars introduced their new cigar, La Opulencia, to Europe.
At the age of 91, José O. Padrón is now releasing his autobiography, ‘Memorable moments in my life’. The book will be out worldwide in about a month.
In honor of the Costa Rican nature Carlo Corazza at Brun del Ré decided to make a new cigar in his 1787 line.
Last year Plasencia launched their new Alma series with the Alma Fuerte. Now they take the next step and introduce the Alma del Campo.
One of the new faces at this year’s InterTabac is Micallef Cigars, a collaboration between Texan entrepreneur Al Micallef and the Gomez Sanchez family in Nicaragua.
Situated a block away from the central park in a Victorian style building with a big balcony that overlooks a busy intersection as well as the surrounding mountains, the La Zona factory breathes tobacco history.
Since he started his own company four years ago, Oscar Valladares is one of the big newcomers on the market. It all started when he filled in as a bus driver one day.
Less than two years after the opening of its new Davidoff flagship store on 6th Avenue in New York the company added another one, this time on Liberty Street in the Downtown area. With the new Freedom Tower overlooking its operation, the store has had a good first year.