Hurricane Ian made a direct hit in Cuba's most prominent tobacco-growing region, Pinar del Río. Pictures from the Robaina family farm show serious damage.
Further north, American cigar companies in Tampa are closing Tuesday in preparation for the storm.
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Partagas will soon ship this year’s second allotment of “Añejo,” a refined cigar named for the profoundly-aged wrapper tobaccos that define its appearance and attributes. Shipping to retailers on October 3, Partagas Añejo is being re-released in the two original sizes that launched earlier this year. Both frontmarks are 4.5” in length as commanded by Read more about Cigar News: Partagas Añejo Is Coming Back
The first barber pole in the Partagas portfolio is highlighted by a pair of vintage wrappers, one of which dates back to 1998.
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