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Monday, 20 December 2010

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According to Rene Castaneda, Miami Cigar plans to not only boost the sales of its existing lines, but it also has its sights set on releasing new cigars as well. Its full-bodied La Sirena line is one recent example of the company's product expansion, and its popular La Aurora 107 line is another. The company's Nestor Miranda Collection seemingly helped to kick off a boom in growth for Miami Cigar in 2008, and its Tatiana line of flavored cigars has allowed it to achieve a 43 percent share of the entire flavored cigar market. Miami Cigar is also responsible for distributing the Don Lino brand of cigars.

New release – La Aurora Broadway Series

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It seems as if New York is the lucky state as far as new cigar releases are concerned. Back in September, Alec Bradley gave smokers a sneak peek of its New York line, which has just officially gone on sale. The New York line and its five different sizes was created specifically for sale at cigar shops in New York. Alan Rubin, the brand's owner, said he wanted to make his Empire State-themed line at a certain price that was friendly to New Yorkers. That was certainly welcome news for cigar fans in the Big Apple, as the state has recently been hit hard with high taxes on tobacco products.

Luckily for New Yorkers, La Aurora has also decided to release a special cigar for its with the Empire State in mind. It's called the Broadway Series, and it will be made available only in New York. Just like the Alec Bradley New York line, La Aurora's Broadway Series was created to help cigar fans in New York enjoy their hobby despite taxes that make it hard to do so. Guillermo Leon, La Aurora's Vice President, made this clear, although it is not the sole reason for the Broadway Series' creation. Fernando Leon Asensio, who was the son of La Aurora's founder Eduardo Leon Jimenes, served as the head of La Aurora beginning in the 1950's. He passed in 2009, but he had some personal ties to New York. Besides traveling to New York city quite often, Asensio also called Manhattan home for some time.






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