For Alejandro Turrent, focus is key. The man behind the Casa Turrent line of cigars has been working hard since the line’s introduction three years ago.
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.
Villiger Cigars continues its growth in the U.S. marketplace, as a distribution agreement has been reached with JMG International Inc.
Forty years ago, Nicaragua’s Tabacalera A. Fuente was torched during the revolution. Now Carlos “Carlito” Fuente is returning to his roots by starting a new factory in Estelí.
Drew Estate announced that Sam Morales, Director of Marketing, has resigned from the company to pursue other interests.
Plasencia Cigars, one of the world’s largest, high-profile tobacco growers and cigar manufacturers, is expanding its distribution to Canada through its partnership with the Scandinavian Tobacco Group Canada (STG Canada).
Rich in history, China’s Great Wall Cigars will be celebrating 100 years of operation in 2018. Over four days, Samuel Spurr was immersed in the company’s production facility and met with a passionate team, which has its sights set on introducing its cigars to the international market.
If Canada’s Bill S-5 is allowed to pass, all tobacco products shall be standardized with a single color, type-face, and packaging.
The Nicaraguan Chamber of Tobacco has issued an official statement regarding the next Puro Sabor Cigar Festival originally scheduled for January 2019.
The outlook for the next Nicaragua cigar festival remains murky since it has been cancelled until further notice. Last month, many cigar makers said they doubted one would be held next year. Why? The once cigar powerhouse, Nicaragua, is not in good shape.
ABAM, a name that few passionados know, is now publicly making rounds with its new launch of Flor de Ynclan. Behind the name is Matías Maragoto, a Cuban exile, who has been responsible for Villiger’s Dominican cigars since the Nineties.
An auction during the French qualifier for the Cigar Smoking World Champion (CSWC) has raised 6,600 US-Dollars last year in Paris. Yesterday, the cheque was handed over at General Cigar’s factory in Santiago de Los Caballeros.