Island Lifestyle Importers is pleased to announce the shipping of their Island Club cigars to dealers across the country.  The line of cigars were introduced this past July to a national audience at the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers (IPCPR) Convention in Las Vegas.

The Island Club cigar is comprised of aged Nicaraguan filler and binder tobacco wrapped in a beautiful Ecuadorian Connecticut leaf with a covered foot.  These cigars are manufactured in Estelí, Nicaragua by 9 pairs of dedicated rollers.

The line consists of five sizes: Robusto 5×52, Corona Gorda 5⅝x46, Toro 6×52, Torpedo 6⅛x52, Churchill 7×52 and packaged in bundles of 20 cigars.  The cigars carry a “wallet-friendly” suggested retail price ranging from $3.95 to $4.75 per cigar.

Island Club Cigars National Release

  • Corona Gorda $3.95
  • Robusto $4.25
  • Toro $4.50
  • Torpedo $4.50
  • Churchill $4.75

The line of cigars sits beautifully inside a custom adjustable wooden retail display unit.

The Island Club Connecticut is a mild to medium cigar in strength but has multiple layers of complex flavors.  “While many Connecticut cigars have a grassy or bitter taste, these Island Club cigars have notable flavors of light spice, leather and tea.  This is an impressive cigar for any celebration or special occasion but the price point makes them perfect for enjoyment while pursuing outdoor activities.” said Ryan Frailing, Vice President of Island Lifestyle.  “From a quality proposition they are competing with substantially pricier cigars.  We believe they are the perfect addition to the Island Lifestyle family of cigars.”

Island Lifestyle Importers is the exclusive manufacturer of Island Lifestyle Cigars and Tommy Bahama Luxury Cigar Accessories.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Rick Louis at Contact@IslandLifestyleImporters.com or (941) 378-3200.

The above statement and photo credits belong to Island Life Importers and Island Lifestyle Cigars.

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Dave West

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