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Press Release: Black Patch Kenbano

by Bryan Glynn, March 10, 2013

Black Patch Kenbano Features Kentucky-grown Habano For Immediate Release – March 10, 2013. The Black Patch Cigar Company, located in Pikeville, Kentucky, recently released a cigar with a proprietary Habano seed grown in the fertile soils of Western Kentucky. This new cigar, appropriately called, Black Patch Kenbano, was first released … Continue reading

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The First Cigar From The New Gran Habano STK Line Zulu Zulu

by Bryan Glynn, July 6, 2011

Gran Habano – Miami, Fl., July 6, 2011 – The first cigar from the new Gran Habano STK line will be the personal blend of George Rico called Zulu Zulu. Measuring 7 1/2 x 40 with a pig tail finish this lancero will have an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, Nicaraguan binder, … Continue reading

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Press Release: Gran Habano 3 SLS & Cabinet Selection

by Bryan Glynn, August 30, 2010

Gran Habano 3 SLS & Cabinet Selection Miami, Fl., August 30, 2010 – Due to the overwhelming success of our new Azteca cigar we have decided to cease production of the highly-rated 3 SLS and Cabinet Selection lines. This difficult decision will allow Gran Habano to maintain our high level … Continue reading

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