In April, the Indian Motorcycle Shade was announced as a Canadian exclusive. Now, Debonaire House & Indian Motorcycle have announced the Indian Motorcycle Shade for Worldwide Release. This will now be a part of the company's core line. Indian Motorcycle Cigars is a licensed partnership between Debonaire House & Indian Motorcycle / Polaris.
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"This stick is proof that you cant judge a book by its cover. Where its appearance was lacking, its performance and flavors were on point. A very nice smoke that I will absolutely smoke again. " -Dave W. (mdwest)
Santiago, Dominican Republic – Debonaire House announced today the release of the Limited Production Debonaire Cornus in Habano and Maduro blends. The cigars will be displayed in Drew Estate’s booth (Booth #2403) at the IPCPR Convention and Tradeshow held July 24-28, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For close to three years, Drew Estate has been handling the distribution for Debonaire House. As of January 1, 2019, Debonaire House will handle their own United States distribution. Debonaire House will directly manage all U.S. operations including distribution, sales, and marketing. The company has agreed to a partnership with United Parcel Service (UPS), and “Cigars Direct” which allows them to ship their Indian Motorcycle and Debonaire cigars directly from their Dominican Republic factory to cigar retailers here in the United States.
Debonaire House and Drew Estate announce today that the Debonaire Daybreak cigar will ship this week (11/6/17-11/10/17) and will be on retail shelves beginning in November 2017. The Debonaire Daybreak is the first Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapped cigar exclusively sold through Drew Diplomat Retailers as part of the Drew Estate portfolio. With an Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper, Daybreak offers the ultra-premium quality expected of the Debonaire product line.
"To me this was an amazing cigar. It was almost like it was challenging me whether or not I could take what it dealt me. While it had me on the ropes a few times until I was able to rein in my enthusiasm and take small puffs." -Robert (NavyPiper)