Ponce De Leon cigars dating back to 1906 discovered A rare piece of JC Newman’s cigar history has been uncovered in Texas. A salesman’s cabinet of 80 perfectly preserved Ponce De Leon cigars dating back to 1906 was recently found in a Plano, Texas basement by a local cigar fan. This historic find was brought […]
It’s that time of year again. The Cigar Trophy Awards have begun the process of accepting nominations for 2022. From June 1 – 14, you can visit the Cigar Trophy website to place your picks for the most noteworthy products of the past year.
What’s in a name? Well, if you’re in the world of marketing, quite a bit. That may be why Aganorsa Leaf is planning a bit of a rebrand for its core lineup of cigars. As it stands, these blends are simply known as Corojo, Maduro, Connecticut, and Habano. That’s about to change.
As we venture further into the 21st century, there may eventually be no corner of modern life that remains untouched by web apps and technology. Whether you enjoy the convenience this offers or prefer old school approaches, the progress certainly seems inevitable. Just look at the new tech offered up by Light ’em Up and HumidifGroup.
If you were to list countries and regions that are generally associated with tobacco farming, Canada probably wouldn’t be ranked very high (if at all). But wouldn’t you know it, the mad blenders at CAO have created a cigar that incorporates true, Canadian-grown tobacco. Unfortunately, it will also be exclusively sold in The Great White North as well.