For his young age, Christian Eiroa can boast an impressive career. When you take into consideration that the 44-year-old didn’t light his first cigar (a La Fontana from his father’s company) until he was 20 at a family Thanksgiving dinner, you can imagine that Christian Eiroa never had time to waste. Even though he already…
In a video statement, Christian Eiroa, founder and CEO of CLE Cigar Company, updated the public on the current situation in Honduras and new measures in his factory to ensure the safety of all workers.
Asylum is the new brand from Christian Eiroa and Tom Lazuka, and it is known for being huge. The big cigars measure 7 x 70 and 8 x 80. But how did the brand come about? According to Tom Lazuka, it was his idea.
C.L.E. Cigars are offering cans of ten Asylum, C.L.E. and Eiroa Cigars in October, the month of breast cancer awareness.
C.L.E. Cigar Company announced that the continuation of the Eiroa The First 20 line will continue with the Eiroa The First 20 Colorado.
C.L.E. Cigar Company’s Honduran Factory is the only cigar factory in the world to strictly follow the Bayer Cropscience Better Manufacturing Practices.
Christian Eiroa, founder of C.L.E. Cigars, announced in a press release the partnership between Rolando Reyes Sr.’s family and C.L.E. Cigars. He stated that the factory operations as well as Rolando Reyes Sr.’s blends will remain in control of the Reyes family.
The two new lines are the first C.L.E. cigars that were made in Nicaragua. Christian Eiroa, founder of the company, stated that rolling cigars in Nicaragua would open up new possibilities for the company.
“Last year we released the Asylum Nyctophilia at TAA. This year we decided to showcase a cigar under the C.L.E. portfolio.” says Christian Eiroa, founder of C.L.E. Cigar Company.
C.L.E. Cigars redesigned the appearance of their Classic and CBT Maduro lines resembling the look of their recently released First 20 Years cigars. Apparently the cigars shipped to retailers this week, already feature the new design.
Asylum 13 Connecticut will be a new line with an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper and Honduran binder and filler. The cigar was blended by Christian Eiroa and Tom Lazuka and being rolled in Honduras. It is expected to ship at the end of February 2016.
Christian Eiroa announced in a press statement that his father, Julio, and his brother, Justo, have entered the cigar business by founding the independent company JRE Tobacco. The new company’s portfolio will include the brands Aladino, Rancho Luna and Tatascan.