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Accessory Review: Xikar | VX2 V-Cut

This was the only cutter I took with me on a grueling 17 day trip from the Dominican Republic to Nicaragua. By the end of the trip every person was asking to use it for every cigar we smoked. They loved the cut, the feel, and the look. I love it too. I didn’t think it would be possible, but it has replaced my original XV as my everyday cutter. It is a little thicker in a pocket but the trade-offs are worth it. I would recommend this to anyone thinking about spending some money on a cutter.

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Cigar News: Xikar Acquired by Quality Importers

Quality Importers Trading Company announced the acquisition of XIKAR Inc. This will create the largest premium cigar accessory supplier in the United States, if not the world. Scott Almsberger and Kurt Van Keppel will continue to run operations for XIKAR as minority partners in the new enterprise. They will also assume Executive Vice President roles respectively. Scott and Kurt will both report directly to Michael Cellucci who will continue as President and Chief Operating Officer. Mike Giordano remains as Chief Executive Officer

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Accessory Review: Xikar | Linea Single Flame Lighter

That brings us to one of the best features.  The price.  The MSRP of the Linea is only $29.99.  And don’t go thinking that this “budget” lighter isn’t still a performer.  Xikar still backs the Linea with a lifetime warranty, just like the other Xikar lighters that cost two or three times as much.  Functionality, efficiency, and reliability all in such a meager price point is not easy to do, but Xikar did it with the Linea.  The Linea is available in Yellow (pictured), Red, Blue, and Black.  It is available where Xikar products are sold, and at Xikar.com

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Accessory Review: Xikar | Envoy High Performance Cigar Case

The wow factor in this case comes from the top. It is a metal accent piece with a nice polished finish. The narrow fins with the black contrast insets are meant to mimic the look of the cooling fins on an engine. Just like the cruiser motorcycles that this look is meant to emulate, the contrast of the black leather against the shiny chrome is a classic look. Even with the v-twin styling, this case would also feel at home in the breast pocket of your favorite business suit.

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Accessory Review: Xikar | Turrim Single Lighter G2

In Late 2014 Xikar announced the Turrim Double Flame lighter coming in at a hefty 5 x 64.    Designed to fit into your favorite Xikar Travel Humidor. At this year’s IPCPR Trade Show, Xikar revealed the Turrim Single Flame version.   The Single flame version comes in at a very reasonable 4.5 x 50.  If you have seen or read up on the Original Turrim you would find this version has all the same features you would expect.   

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Accessory Review: Xikar | PUROFINE High Performance Butane

Just prior to the 2017 IPCPR trade show, Xikar announced a few new products they would be showing off, one of those being a new kind of butane for cigar lighters, called PUROFINE High Performance. This new mixture of butane was originally designed for use in high-altitude location over 6,000 ft where oxygen is less abundant, but as they were testing the product, they found that it could also be used to increase current flame height and performance of any lighter.

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Tips and Tricks: Holiday 2016 Cigar Gift Guide

Every year, cigar smokers and their loved ones struggle to find the perfect gift. Most times, loved ones of a cigar smoker don’t know enough about cigars to feel confident in getting them a gift, this is why we present to you the Blind Man’s Puff Holiday 2016 Cigar Gift Guide. We have hand-selected gifts in all price ranges for you or your loved one of the hottest new and classic cigars and accessories this year.

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Accessory Review: Xikar | Cigar Locker

I really really like this case, I use it almost exclusively if I am bringing more than 2 cigars anywhere. I love that you can fit everything you need, and then some, to smoke a cigar in one place and not worry about forgetting something. Coming in at $65, this really is a no-brainer, and should be at the top of many Christmas wish lists this season.

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