We had a chance to chat with Tom Poehler of ACME Cigar Company, and go over his existing line and the new Premier offering at the 2015 IPCPR in New Orleans.
The logo on the box is a cigar band dating back to the 1930s. A nice homage to the past ACME cigar brand.
The Premier cigar line is split into two wrapper choices. Either the Ecuador Cuban-seed Habano, or a San Andres maduro. They’re sold in 12 count boxes, that are designed to be travel humidors.
The three vitolas…Continue
Chances are if you're reading this, then you know all about the Liga Privada Unico Ratzilla. You know all about the Unico series and how people go nuts over these things. You probably even know that we have some members here on CigarFederation who horde Unicos. I personally know of at least one in Chicago and one in Portland. They go bananas over some Ligas! So I'm not going to waste time talking about the history of the Liga Privada line and how the…Continue
Hey FedHeads! This is your beloved MFCEO, Logan here with you. Hoping everyone had a safe, happy, very productive holiday and new year. And I wanted to take a second and just write a blog post about some of the successes and stuff, looking back at what happened in 2015.
2015 was a great year for cigar Federation. We accomplished a lot, but here are just a few of the highlights.
First, if you remember in early February/March we launched our app. The launch of…Continue
It’s that time of year again when everyone is posting their top cigars list. This year I smoked and reviewed more cigars by far than I did in years past. Even so, there were so many cigars that I didn’t get a chance to try or review.
At the top of that list was the Senorial by Jose Blanco (unbelievable complexity), the El Gueguense from Nick Melillo (it’s in my queue for the next few weeks), and of course the Sobremesa by Steve Saka (also in my queue for the next few weeks). Honorable…Continue