All Saints Cigars marked a return to the IPCPR/PCA Trade Show for Micky Pegg. Pegg had been a part of many Trade Shows in the past, but after a hiatus in the industry, Pegg is now co-owner of a company called All Saints Cigars. It’s still very much a small operation, but what was impressive is that All Saints was one of the few companies of that size to go to both Trade Shows. All Saints Cigars employed a simple booth design, but what was nice is the products were cleanly displayed.

Back at Tobacco Plus Expo (TPE) 2021, All Saints Cigars announced a new line known as St. Francis. Produced at Rocky Patel Premium Cigars’ TAVICUSA factory, the blend of the All Saints St. Francis features an Ecuadorian Habano Oscuro wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler. The cigar is offered in four sizes. There is a Colorado wrapper version of the cigar that will follow.

Dedicación was the first line launched by All Saints Cigars, but it hit the market as the COVID-19 pandemic was upon us. Both the TPE 21 and PCA 21 show provided an opportunity to showcase these in an expo-like setting. The Dedicación is produced at TAVICUSA, the factory in Estelí, Nicaragua owned by Rocky Patel Premium Cigars. The blend features a San Andres Maduro wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler. The line was originally launched in four box-pressed sizes, but this year a fifth size in the form of a rounded torpedo was added known as Mitre. There is a Habano wrapper version of the cigar that will follow later this year.

Interview with Micky Pegg, All Saints Cigars

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