118 Minutes with Pete Johnson (Part One)

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118 Minutes with Pete Johnson (Part One)


Pete and I pick up where we left off last year. In this episode of Draper Dialogues, Pete and I go into detail about his small ring gauge offerings, his cigar releases celebrating his 10 Year Anniversary, the history of the 60 plus ring gauge phenomenon, traveling, his wine project, spirit pairings in general, Surrogates Animal Crackers, Black Label Corona Gorda Redux, focusing on regular production, packaging, Monster Series and expansion, travel humidor and all kinds of other goodies to look forward to from Tatuaje and The Workshop. We sprinkled information about upcoming releases throughout the video so to get a complete list of what to look forward to in 2013 and forward you will have to stay tuned to all the parts.

This is Part One…Part Two is Here and Part Three is Here.

I want to thank all of you for watching and for your continued support of Draper Dialogues. Jerry and I are working hard on improvements and hope to be able to have more interaction with you LIVE while recording. I also want to thank you for the warm Stogie Review welcome! Enjoy this episode of Draper Dialogues! The next episode of Draper Dialogues will be in May and we will be joined by Marvin Samel of Drew Estate Cigar. See you then!


4 thoughts on “118 Minutes with Pete Johnson (Part One)

  1. George,

    I just wanted to let you know how grateful I and many other cigar nuts are for these interviews. Also, can you please write a cigar book (or encyclopedia) with everything you know about cigars and cigar makers?

    Oh and thank you also Jerry 🙂

    – Mark

  2. George – thank you for sharing your knowledge and insight in the industry.

    Jerry – would love to see you interview George. Would love to hear about his life in the industry.

    1. Vic – I would love to interview George although my knowledge and history of the industry is no where near the level George has. But I think some kind of video introducing George would be a great idea.

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