Despite some of the strictest regulations in the world, San Francisco still has its hidden cigar gems. Simon Lundh explored the city’s cigar hotspots.
My Father, A. J. Fernandez, Drew Estate, Oliva, Plasencia, Joya de Nicaragua, Tatuaje, Bentley, and STG – they all have their cigar rings made at Cigar Rings in Estelí. And that’s just to name a few.
De Los Reyes is turning over a new leaf of their own personal saga.
In the second half of 2018, Mombacho Cigars is coming out with a new cigar called Casa Favilli.
La Flor Dominicana is currently increasing their factory. Within the next month the production area in their factory in Tamboril in the Dominican Republic will become a lot bigger.
Alec Bradley is coming out with new cigars to round up the portfolio.
Already one of the biggest cigar companies in the world, AJ Fernandez decided to acquire a new factory in Ocotal, in northern Nicaragua.
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.