The blend is comprised of a proprietary hybrid wrapper known as Rojita (50% US Shade Grown Connecticut, 25% Corojo, 25% Havana 2000), a binder from the nicaraguan Quilalí region northeast of Estelí and filler from Brazil, Honduras and Nicaragua.
AJ Fernández announced the release of a new blend called Last Call Maduro, a Geniales vitola and the second Last Call cigar after the release of Last Call Geniales in April.
Nat Sherman will introduce several new addition within their established portfolio at the IPCPR trade show in July 2016.
The new additions include a Maduro version of the Heritage line, Cellar Reserve 21 Year and the one-vitola-releases Pan American and Jubilee. Ghost will see the addition of two new sizes: Spooky and Phantom.
Xikar announced the introduction of, a cutter with completely new design. In a press release the company states that the the XO cutter had been in research and development for over three years and multiple patents for the product are pending, including a planetary gear system. The new cutter is engineered to optimize the standard…
After the successful US launch of Dictador cigars at IPCPR 2015, Dictador will be releasing four new sizes and new packaging at this year’s IPCPR. “We have made some great inroads to the US market over the last 12 months and the consumers have expressed their love for all three of our blends,” said Jason…
Australian Gerard Hayes is launching a self-funded, boutique cigar line that pays homage to the people of Nicaragua: Nicoya Cigars. Hayes’ love affair with cigars started as a young boy, smelling the cigar aroma coming from his father’s study and his fascination with cigar boxes, cutters, and lighters. This long-term passion led to him creating…
Maryland-based Baracoa Cigar Company announced the launch of their first brand “The Voyage”. The line will be released in a 5 x 50 Robusto and a 5 ½ x 54 Toro vitola, sold in boxes of 20 cigars.
Cornelius & Anthony Premium Cigars, a brand owned by the Virginia based Bailey family will release two new cigar lines, Venganza and Meridian, this July at the 2016 IPCPR trade show.
The new Davidoff Yamasá has been 20 years in the making. 20 years of Henke Kelner’s, Davidoff’s globally acclaimed cigar visionary, and his team’s expertise, of nurturing and cultivating soil that was reluctant to change.
After the launch of Cusano Dominican Connecticut and Dominican Maduro earlier this year, Davidoff will now launch another line within the Cusano brand. The new Cusano Nicaragua Estelí line is comprised of Nicaraguan and Dominican filler tobaccos, a Negro San Andrés wrapper from Mexico and a Connecticut binder from Ecuador.
The Joya family presents the new Joya Black, a follow up to the very well-received Joya Red launched in 2014. Joya Black will be available in 20 count boxes and will be priced similarly to Joya Red, ranging from USD 5.50 to USD 8.00 per cigar.