ACE Prime announced a new PCA exclusive cigar this weekend, "The Sergeant." This new cigar will come in one size, a 5 x 58 double robusto and is "dedicated to the heroes who fight in anonymity, the ones who self sacrifice out of deep-rooted honor, regardless of recognition or acclaim."
Within the cigar industry, Jalapa, Nicaragua, is well-known for its rich soil and sophisticated tobacco. Jalapa tobacco has become a favorite for premium cigar makers, famously used as binders, fillers, and even wrappers by cigar manufacturers and brands, big and small. Jalapa is an extraordinary place for the cigar industry, amongst the beautiful mountains and valleys, agricultural tobacco production is flourishing. Yet, while the region's economy evolved, growing from a subsistence livelihood to commercial-scale agriculture, its people, nevertheless, live in heartbreaking poverty.
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"From start to finish this cigar was a winner in my opinion. The creaminess, the floral notes along with the fruity zest, and the leather note all worked well together. But man does that strength sneak up on you. This is definitely a cigar I'd try again. But not on an empty stomach. I'd give this a 'great'. Box worthy for sure. " -Kevin J. (maninblack77)
"A truly enjoyable cigar from first light to the end. Flavors were on point and melded together to create a great experience. I'd easily give this a "great" and would definitely buy at least a fiver if not a box." -Kevin J. (maninblack77)
ACE Price has announced they are making their limited edition cigar Luciano The Dreamer regular production. The company said it was originally a limited edition because they weren't sure if a lancero would sell, but due to demand, it is going to be regular production.
ACE Prime Cigars has announced that the company's cigar will now be distributed in Brazil thanks to an exclusive distribution partnership with Rafaelle D’Angelo, one of the largest cigar importers in Brazil, run by Eduardo Llerena Hernandez, cigar distributor and longtime friend of Eradio Pichardo. Rafaelle D’Angelo became one of the largest Cigar importers in the 1990’s when he moved from Italy to Sao Paulo Brazil and had the rights to import Cuban Cigars for over a decade in Brazil. Since 2001 Rafaelle has shifted to mainly import Nicaraguan cigars.