In this video we talk to Adam Collins, the General Manager of Graycliff in the Bahamas, and guides us through what’s new for them at IPCPR. To begin with he tells about their brick and mortal-only piano laquered boxes with magnetic lids and removable trays that can double as small humidors. These B&M cigars will have an “uncut” foot.
A 7 x 54 Toro has been added to the Graycliff vitola line up, a new limited edition extension to the John Howard Graysmith line that weighs in at 5 1/4 x 62 was on display and we take a look at the rerelease of the Silver line.
Speaking about the company’s philosophy, Collins says that Graycliff “going back to their roots” (meaning the 1990’s under Avelino Lara) in terms of blends and tobacco fermentation, keeping production numbers low, and cigars made entirely by hand, sans cigar molds.
Taking a slight detour from the world of cigars, Collins tells us about the tobacco-infused chocolates Graycliff produces. Ever wanted to try ligero chocolate bar? Graycliff has you covered.