Back into the swing of things. Thanks again for all the love and support on our IPCPR coverage. No slowing down for Stogie Review though. In September look forward to coverage of the Delaware Cigar Festival and Little Puff by W.Curtis Draper. No slowing down on the personal area either. Many of you know that […]
I’m sure many of you noticed in our IPCPR Coverage we asked some manufacturers for their thoughts on bloggers. We didn’t set out to ask this question. It kind of just happened after our first video with Ernesto Perez Carillo where he took the time (unprompted) to give us some love. We then thought it […]
As our 2012 IPCPR coverage comes to a close (Walt has a short video left to post…) I wanted to post a quick thank you. The past week we have seen record visits to Stogie Review and record views of our IPCPR videos. I might be the most vocal member of Team Stogie Review but […]
Two Brians…one flip. There should be a rule against that or something. Brian takes some time at the end of the show to tell us what he actually does with Studio Tobac and also brings us up to date on all things Oliva, Cain and NUB cigars.
Brian catches up with the folks from Honduras Caribbean Tobacco at IPCPR 2012. They bring us up to speed on their products like the Carmelo Primeros and it was cool that she had a sense of humor with regards to view from their booth.
I’ve hard lots of people talking about Curivari Cigars over the past six months or so but we didn’t know too much about them or their cigars. Luckily Brian Hewitt was able to visit their booth and find out all about them and their cigars.
The Iconic Leaf Cigar Co. made its debut at IPCPR 2012. As we walked the show flow we had noticed that their booth had steady traffic for a company we had never heard of going in to the show. Brian Hewitt decided to investigate and see what Iconic Leaf Cigar Co. was all about and […]
Famously known as Palio cutters although Brother of The Leaf LLC is the official name. Marc Aub joins us for another year to show off the shiny things he has been working on in his workshop. New cutters, new lighters…new cigar to accompany his Esencia brand.
Lots of Drew Estate/Joya de Nicaragua coverage this year on Stogie Review. You’d think they sponsored our IPCPR coverage too…I kid I kid. I actually sent Brian Hewitt back to the booth to get Jose Blanco, or Jonathan Drew or someone from the booth to answer the “blogger” question since he forgot earlier. Hewitt got […]
On the last day (which is actually a half day) Brian catches up with Nestor Miranda. Nestor takes a few minutes to showoff his 2012 editions of the Grand Reserve and Danno as well as a Connecticut version of the Nestor Miranda Special Selection and a new brand called Añoranzas.