Vineland, NJ (January 18, 2016) – LJ Zucca is proud to announce it’s rebranding from “House of Emilio” to “Boutiques United”. Effective today Boutiques United, which also launched a new website and corresponding social media accounts, will be the name of the cigar distribution entity moving forward.
"As a whole, this cigar was a very pleasant wine and crackers smoke. The initial cocoa and finish of the leather notes was very enjoyable. Most things about this cigar had high end status about them. The flavor profile was quite enjoyable and the light and go and no worry was excellent. Great job to the cigar company that put this out. Grab some if you can because you will enjoy." -Steve (ThaGreatWazoo)
"This cigar was on the stronger side of medium and delivered some solid flavors. There was a nice mix of natural sweetness with the cedar and nutmeg while coffee and oak added a richness to the profile. The middle was a little lacking once the coffee disappeared, but the remaining flavors were still good. I would definitely smoke this one again." -Gregg (McGreggor57)
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"I loved this cigar, one of the better ones I have reviewed in recent history. Everything from the flavors, transitions and the construction were great. I really liked this corona vitola, and I'm curious what other sizes it is offered in as I wouldn't mind one that lasts longer. I would recommend this to anyone assuming the price is right." -Emmett (rhetorik)
The cigar had excellent flavor until the wrapper unraveled. This caused most of the flavor to leave for the last third. Prior to this issue, the flavors were very enjoyable, with enough transitions to keep me interested. I'm looking forward to finding out what this cigar is as it is definitely worth at least a 5 pack purchase. I think it has lots of aging potential as well." -Dan (Danfish)
(Miami, Florida) January 6, 2016— Miami Cigar & Company continues its growth, as the group welcomes Nate McIntyre to the family. Nate McIntyre brings with him a strong resume, long tenure of great relationships and extensive knowledge in tobacco. McIntyre served as the National Sales Director for House of Emilio, and later as the US Director of Sales for Cubanacan Cigars. McIntyre will now oversee sales in the South Eastern region for Miami Cigar & Co.
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"This was one nice stogie. Flavors were very much to my liking, and only wish it was a larger size to enjoy it longer." -Robert (NavyPiper)
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"Normally, "one dimensional" would be used as a way to complain about a cigar, but in this case it is not. The one dimension presented was very good. Flavors were solid and construction was great. I'd be interested in picking some more of these up for sure." -Dave (mdwest)
"If you are looking for a powerhouse cigar that offers sweet undertones and a smooth, crisp retrohale, this is for you. Definitely not for the weak at heart. This cigar is everything a smoker who enjoys full flavored smokes could ask for. Ready to smoke right when I got it, this cigar needs little rest to allow it to fully mature into an after dinner delight. Definitely grab some of these if you want to challenge your palate to a fistfight full of potential and destruction. Excellent cigar." -Steve (ThaGreatWazoo)
"This could easily become my go to morning smoke with a cup of coffee. The mild beginning transitioned to some bolder flavors nicely. Each third developed a distinct profile and stayed true. The leather really balanced the char and pepper, with the dark roast coffee at the end being a pleasant surprise." -Gregg (McGreggor57)