It is hard for my mind not to associate Christian Eiroa with any other company other than Camacho. I guess I need to retrain my brain because Christian’s new company, CLE Cigar Company appears to have poised itself to be a staying power with his debut at IPCPR 2012. If your brain needs to be retrained like mine, check out our interview with him and learn what CLE is all about. Welcome back Christian!
Road Show Interview with Jon Huber of Crowned Heads
In September, I was lucky enough to meet up with our friend, Jon Huber of Crowned Head Cigars, during one of their Roadshow events that happened to be at one of my local shops, Harbor Cigars, in Destin, FL. The event was standing room only with great cigars, great deals, and great food and drinks. […]
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 […]
3 thoughts on “CLE Cigar Co. (IPCPR 2012)”
Never heard of CLE, but I was very impressed with his line, going to be on the lookout for these. Thanks for the video
7×7 Is this the biggest production cigar?
I’m also confused. Mr. Eiora is no longer is involved with Camacho? I know the Camacho line was sold, but was not aware that Mr. Eiora had left Camacho. Isn’t he prominent on their new website and in the Camacho marketing materials? I will definitely seek out his new lines and will be eager to try some of his new cigars.