Viking Cigars represents the nordic spirit. Embodied in three cigars. It’s about swords and schoolyard fights, an just a hint of Cuba. Arnt Ånensen and Hawk Aanonsen want to offer cigars for “real” men.
Oliva Cigar Company has produced cigars for over 20 years now, and the man behind almost all their brands is Gilberto Oliva. His secret is working with what you want, not what you get.
With a new driver behind the wheel, Oliva Cigar Company will continue to create great cigars. The only difference is, it will be for a bigger market.
At the suggestion of their European distributors, Plasencia Cigars decided to release a short smoke for the wintertime in Europe: The Perfectico.
E.P. Carrillo came to the InterTabac trade show in Dortmund with an extension of his famous Inch line. European consumers will be treated to a unique vitola of the line.
The cigar was produced from 2004 to 2006 before brand owner Pete Johnson discontinued it. At this year’s IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas he brought it back to the US market and now he’s re-introducing it to Europe.
Drew Estate introduced a variety of new products, line extensions and sizes to their already large portfolio to the international market at this year’s InterTabac in Dortmund.
My Father La Gran Oferta was only available in a few stores in the US until this year’s IPCPR, when My Father introduced it to the US market. Now they’re launching it in the rest of the world as well.
La Flor Dominicana is teaming up with Agio Cigars to distribute their cigars in Germany and the Netherlands. The partnership started in Germany this summer.
Kristoff launched their new line, Kristoff Vengeance, at this year’s IPCPR in Las Vegas.
Norwegian cigar makers, Viking Cigars, are coming out with an addition to their Viking line.
Plasencia is reckoned one of the biggest tobacco growers in the world. The company’s doors are usually locked, but we were able to take a tour through the cache of Plasencia.