The cigar industry and the U.S. Food & Drug Administration will meet in virtual federal court tomorrow afternoon to discuss FDA’s plans to defer premium cigar product approval and the upcoming Sept. 8 deadline for product approval. Last week, attorneys for the Department of Justice—acting on behalf of FDA—informed a different federal court that it
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Whenever a company adds a new vitola to an existing line of cigars, it is almost always interesting to see what that new size is, and then either try to figure out why it was added, or hear the explanation from the brand’s owner. In the case of the Hiram & Solomon Veiled Prophet line, in
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This site has covered its fair share of cigars that are a part of a series, whether they be ones named for movie monsters or made exclusively for a retailer. In the case of the Firecracker series, it’s a series notable for its vitola, a very distinct physical feature, and its strength. It also might
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As the parks of Johns Creek begin to reopen, visitors are being greeted by new signage and policies indicating that the areas are now completely tobacco- and vapor-free, a change that came by way of an ordinance passed by the city council in late July. To give the ban teeth, the council approved the ordinance
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While most people reading this article have probably not heard of the All Saints brand, one of the founders became a part of the cigar industry more than 20 years ago. Micky Pegg started as an intern on Capitol Hill, where he was sent to buy cigars for a member of Congress from retailer Georgetown
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