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Miami Cigar & Company To Tentatively Hold Orders Starting Wednesday

Miami Cigar & Company notified their retail partners today that beginning Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 all orders will be placed on a temporary hold due to growing concern that future orders will be held in transit. According to Jason Wood VP of Miami Cigar & Company, “The delayed shipping is a tentative schedule and is subject to change, but this is where we are now.” Miami Cigar & Company has brands, Nestor Mirada Collection, Nestor […]

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VODCast: Passion & Myths of Toscano Cigars

Fresh off his North American Sales Meeting in Doral, Florida we welcome Brand Ambassador Michael Cappellini of Toscano Cigars to the show. We catch up with him to see how 2019 was, how 2020 is shaping up as he visits us Live at the Toscano Sound Stage of Studio. He is bringing with him some of his award winning Limoncello as we drink up and smoke a cigar from the care package, Toscano Garibaldi. In […]

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Nestor Miranda Special Selection Toro Cigar of the Year Review

Miami Cigar & Company celebrated its 30th Anniversary by bringing back a line that was a fan favorite. The Nestor Miranda Special Selection was the signature line of the company. The Special Selection was originally introduced in 2006 and was available in two wrappers at the time of its release, Habano Rosado and a dark Habano Oscuro. In 2012, the company added a Connecticut wrapper to the original release. During their 25th Anniversary in 2014, […]

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Miami Cigar & Company To Begin Shipping Don Lino Africa

Jason Wood, Miami Cigar & Company Vice President announced today that the reinterpreted Don Lino Africa will start shipping the week of November 18th, 2019. “After much anticipation, we’re excited to say that Africa will be shipping next week,” Wood noted. “This is our first collaboration with AJ Fernandez, and our sales team is already out in support of the brand at the local level. Pre-sales have been robust, and we cannot wait to enjoy […]

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Toscano Stilnovo Cigar Review

If you asked me to name a brand that surprises me, that brand will be Toscano. I don’t hide the fact I work in a cigar shop and the amount of these cigars that sell blow my mind. It’s seasoned cigar smokers who gravitate to them as well. When I ask them what draws them to the cigar the answers are always the same. The taste and the fact you can leave these in your […]

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Day 4 IPCPR 2019: Jason Wood of Miami Cigar & Company

There is a say, What’s old is new again and this year Miami Cigar & Company subscribed that notion at the 2019 IPCPR in Las Vegas where they were showcasing the Don Lino Africa. The cigar comes on the heels of the successful re-release of the Nestor Miranda Special Selection which is made at the My Father factory. Don Lino Africa features a Habano 2000 wrapper from Ecuador, African Cameroon binder, with Piloto Dominicano, Ometepe, Jalapa, and […]

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La Aurora 115 Anniversary Gran Toro Cigar Review

In 1903, La Aurora opened their doors becoming the first cigar factory of the Dominican Republic. Founded by Eduardo Leon Jimenes the company has remained family owned where it is run today by Guillermo Leon. In 2018, La Aurora celebrated their 115th anniversary and announced the release of the 115 Anniversary. In typical Latin America fashion, the cigar arrived in 2019. The cigars are available as a Belicoso in a 15 count box and as […]

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IPCPR 2018 – Toscano Cigars

Toscano Cigars which is distributed in the United States by Miami Cigar Company is the oldest brand in Italy. The company was founded in 1815 and today they make in excess of 90 million cigars. While the cigar is not what the American consumer thinks of when it thinks Premium Cigar, this hand-made cigar is definitely worthy of being called Premium. The company is introducing the Originale to the US Market this summer after a […]

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Webcast: Cigar Pairing With Willy Marante & David Ortiz

David G & Mr. J are 90 miles south of the mainland in Cuba so Barry, Chuck and Derek are in charge of the Asylum known as The Cigar Authority. You know what that means, Barry will be hitting the bottle as we discuss Cigar Pairing 101. This week we welcome Willy Marante to the show from Miami Cigar & Company where we catch up with what is new from the company founded by Nestor […]

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