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PipesandCigars.com, a leading online tobacconist, has created a new Boutique Cigars section of their website. The section is dedicated to highlighting brands that provide superior quality, diverse flavors, and are not readily available to most smokers.
Albany, NY (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
PipesandCigars.com is a leading online tobacconist specializing in offering the web's widest selection and lowest prices on cigars, humidors, pipes, pipe tobacco, and all kinds of smoking accessories. In their continuing efforts to provide smokers with the largest number of choices for their tobacco enjoyment, PipesandCigars.com has launched a new section of their website dedicated to featuring boutique cigar brands. The section shows contains a number of cigar brands that are produced in small quantities by small cigar makers, that are not found at other websites or in most local cigar stores.
Boutique cigars are one of the most dominant trends that currently exists in the world of cigars. As smokers become more experienced, they continue to seek new and exciting cigar blends. These small batch cigars deliver the variety these smokers are looking for, since the smaller production numbers allows for the use of tobacco simply not available in quantities large enough to support a large production brand. Boutique cigars are loosely defined, typically being categorized as "boutique" by their production numbers. A typical boutique cigar brand might produce anywhere from 2,000-10,000 cigars annually, where a larger scale brand might produce ten times as many cigars or more. Some of the most popular boutique brands in the cigar industry today are Tatuaje cigars, Four Kicks cigars, Illusione cigars, Viaje cigars, Rodrigo cigars, Emilio cigars, Paul Stulac cigars, and El Primer Mundo cigars.
"This section of our site is something I really think our customers are going to enjoy" stated PipesandCigars.com Marketing Director Travis Lord. "Our list of brands has become so large that it's a little overwhelming. Customers who are looking to try a new boutique cigar they've never heard of before previously didn't have any way of knowing which brands they were even looking for. Now when smokers are interested in trying something new and unique, they'll have a smaller list of cigars that are targeted at their taste. They can quickly compare and contrast, easily shopping for prices, special offers, and being able to read detailed descriptions of these unique blends. They'll also have the confidence of knowing that each brand was personally selected by our experts as a cigar we feel provides high quality and a solid value."
Finding boutique cigars online is a challenge for many smokers, since the brands are released in small quantities, often selling out quickly or not being carried by many distributors. PipesandCigars.com's implementation of this new section further establishes the company as the premier online source for boutique cigars.
Customers interested in learning more about boutique cigars and PipesandCigars.com's new website section can visit the company's website or call their experienced customer service team at 800-494-9144.
About PipesandCigars.com: PipesandCigars.com is an industry-leading online tobacconist dedicated to bringing customers the widest selection of cigars, pipes, pipe tobacco and tobacco accessories. The company features premium cigars from brands like Ashton cigars, Padron cigars, La Flor Dominicana cigars, Montecristo cigars, Macanudo cigars, CAO cigars, Arturo Fuente cigars, and many more. They are the low-cost leader in pipe tobacco on brands like GL Pease, Sam Gawith, McClelland, Captian Black, Borkum Riff and many more. They feature thousands of pipes, ranging from inexpensive Corn Cobs and Dr. Grabow pipes all the way to the premium brands like Dunhill, Peterson and other fine hand-carved pipes.
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