Monday, March 9, 2020 — Miami, FL- Drew Estate announces today that the Pappy Van Winkle “Tradition” will now be sold exclusively through Pappy & Company at www.pappyco.com. Drew Estate is honored to represent the Van Winkle Family with an ultra-premium cigar that reinforces the legacy of a living American icon, Julian Van Winkle. The Pappy Van Winkle […]
Jason Wood, Miami Cigar & Company Vice President announced on Friday the release of the first TAA Exclusive project from La Aurora Cigars, S.A. “This TAA Exclusive is a testimony to the level of cooperation at all levels on our teams,” noted Wood. “Everyone contributed to make a spectacular offering. We believe that this cigar […]
One of the most amazing aspects of a local Mom & Pop Cigar Shop is the family-like atmosphere that develops with the regulars. Guys (and Gals) from all walks of life come in, sit down, and talk while enjoying a cigar. Before long, the chatter goes from simple small talk to asking how each other’s […]
6 thoughts on “IPCPR Interview with David Blanco of Los Blancos Cigars”
Any chance we can get a run down of the conversation? I couldn’t clearly hear most of it.
After the show I’ll try to type up some shorthand notes to go along with the video. There was alot of conversation around us and I still haven’t picked up an external mic.
Hey, that was a cool interview. I’ve never heard of Los Blancos but since they seem so consumer friendly, I’ll remember them now and try and find a few of their cigars to sample.
I’d like to ditto Dave’s remark. After watching Walt’s video recap of day 2, hearing that there are some brands/companies that don’t have time for the press, I’m sincerely turned off. Walt was decent enough to not name them, but what we can take from the info gather here at SR is which brands DO take customer service seriously, which brands are about the cigars and not necessarily just about the bottom line and ‘sell sell sell’.
I’ll seek out some Los Blancos just because of this video.
I hope this gets back to David and those other guys that don’t have time for us lowly consumers.
Thanks Walt! It is a bit tough to hear so I’m looking forward to a written transcript. I guess Jerry wouldn’t leave his spiffy camcorder? 🙂