Press Release: Cubanacan Cigars to narrow the scope of their portfolio by dissolving their affiliation with the Tarazona brand

Miami, FL, February 9, 2014– Cubanacan Cigars to narrow the scope of their portfolio by dissolving their affiliation with the Tarazona brand to better focus on the continued quality, craftsmanship, and story behind their core lines. 2014 will focus on the core brands of Mederos, Cubanacan, Soneros.

As a family owned cigar manufacturer, Cubanacan prides itself on maintaining the excellence in all aspects of cigars that today’s consumer deserves. Through a passion for the lifestyle every tobacco enthusiast embraces and a deep personal concept behind each brand in the Cubanacan Family of Cigars, 2014 is set to be the most exciting year in company history.

The goal of each line produced in Cubanacan’s Factory in Esteli, Nicaragua is to tell the story of tradition and attention to detail paid to each cigar produced there. Our flagship line, Cubanacan, bears the name of our factory and is steeped in the history of Cuba. Mederos, the family name of the brother team behind Cubanacan Cigars, is full of the flavors and complexity that only a cigar with personal meaning behind it could contain. Soneros is best described by its tag line “The aromas of the past, brought to the present”, and is the personal project of the Cuban master responsible for quality control at Cubanacan’s facility.

Each line tells a portion of the story of Cubanacan Cigars and represents the personal passion and dedication to sharing that story and tradition with each cigar. Tradition is embraced in every way at Cubanacan. From blending to packaging, construction to flavor; Cubanacan strives to tell our story in smoke.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Jas. Broome at 305-777-0268 or email at info@cubanacancigars.com.

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Comment by Matt Ross on February 12, 2014 at 2:04pm

Please see Cigar Coop's follow-up to this story here.

Comment by Fatkid on February 12, 2014 at 3:39pm

dude that sucks....wonder whats going to happen to tarazona....i love their cigars


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Comment by Matt Ross on February 12, 2014 at 4:12pm

I spoke on the phone with Eddie this afternoon.  Coop's article tells you what you need to know, but I don't think you have to worry about Tarazona Cigars - they will be fine - and I think, if anything, this will allow Eddie more time to focus on Tarazona and I'd expect big things.

Comment by Cigar Coop on February 12, 2014 at 4:35pm

Cubanacan is going to be fine as well.  They have some terrific blends they are working on and they have a new National Sales/Marketing manager which is really going to help them.  These things sometimes are a necessary part of the industry. 

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