March 31, 2014

Sindicato Cigars (new on the scene)

Sindicato Cigars is a new type of company — an evolution within the cigar industry. Our goal is to create a cigar company whose mission is to put the tobacco retailer and its customers first. Tobacconists can trust Sindicato Cigars to create superior brands that they can whole-heartedly support. Consumers can trust that Sindicato Cigars will create superior blends catering to their needs. How can we make this Statement?
Sindicato Cigars is led by a Board of Members who are amongst the top minds in the cigar industry. With multiple decades of experience, our Board is completely understanding of both the needs of retailers and the desires of consumers across America.
We promise to continually work to make the blends consumers are craving while maintaining the highest level of craftsmanship and quality.

James Colucci
President & CEO

Dickson Wier, formerly of Altadis, is the local rep for Sindicato. Look for them at your local cigar shop.

They have 3 brands:

Hex is a unique and special cigar made from aged rare tobaccos carefully selected and blended in Condega, Nicaragua. The wrapper is a rich, dark Ecuadorian Habano wrapper crafted by the finest torcedors to create an unforgettable smoking experience. This bold and hearty smoke will deliver complex flavors and is destined to become a favorite of cigar smokers.

100% handmade in the Dominican Republic, Casa Bella is a superior cigar and an exceptional value. This cigar features a delicately balanced blend of hand selected tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. The cigar is highlighted by a beautiful Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, allowing Casa Bella to deliver a smooth, flavorful mild to medium bodied smoke.

Affinity is made with Superior aged Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos masterfully blended and finished with a flawless Connecticut seed wrapper grown in Ecuador. The cigar delivers a rich, flavorful and complex taste profile that will satisfy the smoker seeking a medium bodied Connecticut wrapped cigar.

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