Six Cigar Celebs Tease Their Secrets for IPCPR
There's always something interesting brewing at the Drew Estate factory in Esteli, Nicaragua, and this summer is no different. Marvin Samel, co-founder of the company, hints that something interesting is coming his year.
Gallery: Cigar Celebrities at Cigar Expo
For this year, Pete Johnson's Tatuaje Cigars is focused mostly on releasing new sizes for existing cigars. But, he does discuss some new cigars that will be coming out next year.
Haven't heard of this brand? Well, it's Castro spelled backward. Vincent Vitale has some stuff up his sleeve for the event this year.
Hammer & Sickle
Look for this lifestyle brand on shelves this year. You can pair vodka and cigars that are made for each other and celebrate the demise of Communism with the logo that represented it.
EP Carrillo brings some serious pedigree to the cigar industry. A few lines are out, and there are more to come, as you'll see in the interview with Ernesto, below.
Sam Leccia has some big and interesting plans for NUB and Cain.