For the past six years, Quesada Cigars has been distributing Regius Cigars, however at the end of next month, that partnership will be concluded. Today, Quesada Cigars revealed that both firms will be finishing their distribution contract on April 30.
“We are sad to see this partnership end,” stated Akhil Kapacee, of Regius Cigars, in a press release. “I am always thankful to Manuel Quesada and the Quesada family, Terence Reilly, Gladys and Juan in Miami, who have worked very hard.”
Kapacee added that the split took place as a result of “business reasons.” Already, Kapacee says that he is “currently evaluating options” on who will be distributing his product in the future. Kapacee did point out that he is preparing to launch two new brands the following month, a sun grown and a maduro.
“We at Quesada are very proud of the massive growth of the Regius brand since the time we took over distribution, and we wish Akhil the best of luck as he takes Regius in a new direction,” said Terence Reilly of Quesada Cigars.
Regius Cigars has actually been offering cigars considering that 2010, however really did not penetrate the U.S. market till six years ago, when Kapacee partnered with Quesada Cigars, located in the Dominican Republic. Regius is recognized for its Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. line in addition to its Black Label brand names, which are made at Plasencia Cigars in Estelí, Nicaragua.