It’s been quiet at Emilio Cigars for the past couple of years, but this year there was some new product on display at the 2016 IPCPR Trade Show. One of them was a limited edition known as the Emilio Fifteen.
The Emilio Fifteen consists of a Habano wrapper over aged Nicaraguan tobaccos for the binder and filler. It is available in five sizes: Corona, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo, and Gordo. The cigar features the new Emilio Cigars logo that was unveiled last year.
Emilio Fifteen along with the Emilio Cavatina were among the new products made available at this year’s trade show.
Emilio Cigars is a part of Boutiques Unified, the distribution company owned by Scott Zucca. The brand rose to prominence with Gary Griffith who served as the Brand Developer. Along the way, it became a core brand under the “House of Emilio” distribution arm. At its peak, House of Emilio distributed nine different brands. At the start of 2016, House of Emilio rebranded itself as Boutiques United, then Boutiques Unfiied. It also has streamlined down five brands. Griffith retired from Emilio Cigars in 2015. Since then, the Emilio Cigars has been relatively quiet – until this year’s IPCPR Trade Show.
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