J.C. Newman will be hosting a discussion on Perla Del Mar cigars with their brand ambassador once per month and they are inviting you to join them for the virtual experience.
On the eve of the 125th anniversary of the founding of J.C. Newman Cigar Co., I visited the oldest cigar family of the United States. The very personal insights – both in the legendary factory El Reloj and also in the company owners’ world of ideas – were impressive.
America’s oldest, family-owned, premium cigar manufacturer, J.C. Newman Cigar Company will celebrate several May milestones with one celebration called | MKay 15, 2021’Founder’s Day’ with local food and coffee vendors, live entertainment, tours, and games on Saturday, May 15.
Join J.C. Newman and Hotel Haya on Tuesday, April 13, for an exclusive hands-on experience, rolling cigars and sipping cocktails. On April 13, 1886, the newly opened Sanchez y Haya cigar company on 7th Avenue became the first place in Ybor City to roll a cigar. Soon after, we earned our nickname: Cigar City. We’re…
J.C. Newman is launching Brick House Beginnings in three different vitolas to accompany TAA. These are not new blends, but rolled cigars aged for 10 years.
J.C. Newman Cigar Co. began shipping its new Perla del Mar cigars to brick and mortar retailers across the United States.
J.C. Newman is introducing a new cigar: Yagua. The Yagua story is one of Cuba from the 1940s.
FDA wanted to cover 30% of a cigar box with a large health warning label. This would have destroyed the historic character of premium cigar packaging and turned walk-in humidors in premium cigar stores into large billboards for the FDA.
J.C. Newman Cigar Company announced the launch of The American cigar brand at two simultaneous events in Orlando and Tampa on Friday, May 31, 2019.
J.C. Newman Cigar Company will release its first Tobacconist Association of America (TAA) exclusive brand, Brick House Ciento por Ciento.
J.C. Newman Cigar Co. has officially launched its newly designed website.
This week, J.C. Newman Cigar Company began distributing 100,000 postcards to premium cigar retailers across the country as part of its “Save Cigar City” campaign.