One of the newcomers to the industry is Martin Family of Cigars. What a great story of a family with a long history of being in the business. A daughter, who worked in the industry and with her dying father in mind, decides to bring back and modernize her father’s blends. Its such a great story that I’ll let the “stogiesreview” part slide since we own that domain too. Anyway, the great story alone makes me want to checkout their cigars for myself…and look, another Connecticut.
IPCPR 2019: Complete Digest
And now, our coverage of IPCPR 2019 is complete. We hope you have enjoyed the videos. As is tradition, here is our complete list of interviews for your convenience. Enjoy! Now it’s time to get back to our regular cigar review programming. Have a fine weekend and a fine cigar!
IPCPR 2019: 19 Minutes with Pete Johnson
And of course, it wouldn’t be a trade show without the next installment of the Minutes With Pete Johnson. That’s right, it’s time to talk Tatuaje. We get started talking about the stealth release of the full-sized Chuck and Tiff, now with the proper Monster Series treatment. Then there’s Mexican Eperiment, with a limited runs […]
IPCPR 2019: Drew Estate: ACID 20
So you probably guessed it after seeing all the ACID intros to our trade show videos, Drew Estate pulled out the stops to honor the 20th Anniversary of ACID. Josh Roque takes us on a tour of a booth within a booth, the not-so-secret flavor playground of Fabien Ziegler, the ACID 20 booth. Once we […]
6 thoughts on “IPCPR 2011 – Martin Family of Cigars”
Thanks to Brian from stogies review indeed. lol. Hey at least she didnt say Stogie Guys….
For those interested, Tony ran a synopsis of the entire line at the Casas Fumando website recently. Certainly sounds like they’re worth trying.
Loved how the people scattered as Ammer came closer to them. I love these cigars, especially Gold and Ruby…they really hit it out of the park with this initial release. Yes, another Connecticut, but the Corojo binder and filler really gives this one a kick you don’t normally expect in a Conny.
To address Mr. Jones comment, Yes people hide in fear when I walk toward them, I guess they are just intimidated by my presence. Just kidding. But thanks for the support, and everyone seems to be enjoying the cigars. We are very appreciative at Martin Family of Cigars for the following we have gained in just a few short months… Thanks to all those who have tried and loved the sticks.
Man they sound great! I can’t wait to try them out. Hey ammer do you know when they are available in the Chicago area anytime soon?