In what is believed to be a world first, Scotland’s Robert Graham 1874 cigar and whisky specialist has taken online cigar tasting sessions to a new level.
This year it’s the 3rd event where Cigars & Tobacco celebrates cigars and their culture.
This time Joya de Nicaragua will join the event.
The CNT’s new president is Anielka Esmeralda Ortez Flores, who will replace outgoing president Juan Ignacio Martínez. Four new members are joining the organization.
Celebrating Nicaraguas Independance Day, british Cigar Merchant JJ Fox will hold a Nicaraguan Night on September 14, 2016 from 6:30 pm to 8:30pm. Juan Martinez, CEO of Joya de Nicaragua, will be present at the event.
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.
Special limited run of cigars dedicated to the memory of a Dutch cigar lover: This year’s Ilja series commemorative cigar has been made by Joya De Nicaragua.
The cigar industry in Nicaragua continues to grow and create jobs for the people of Estelí. The industry’s figures are now within reach of those of the Dominican Republic. Cigar Journal spoke to Juan Martínez, head of Asociación Nicaragüense de Tabacaleros (ANT) and executive president of Joya de Nicaragua.