PRESS RELEASE: J.C. Newman Introduces New Brick House Size

J.C. Newman Introduces New Brick House Size Brick House cigars are now available in a sixth size, the Short Torp TAMPA, FL – Brick House cigars have taken the country by storm since their introduction to the marketplace in 2009. Due to its wide-spread popularity, J.C. Newman is adding a sixth size to the Brick […]

JC Newman Diamond Crown Julius Caeser Pyramid

I have a love/hate relationship with Diamond Crown cigars.  I don’t really enjoy the regular line and the Maximus line is hit or miss with me.  They can either be fantastic or  a complete dud when I smoke them.  I know.  Its strange.  So when JC Newman approached me to sample these cigars, I was […]

Press Release: J.C. Newman “Thinks Pink”

J.C. Newman hosts a Pink Out to support colleague with Breast Cancer TAMPA, FL – On Thursday, April 7 J.C. Newman Cigar Company hosted a company-wide Pink Out to support a colleague with Breast Cancer. When announced to the staff, the simple idea to wear pink grew into much more. On the day of her […]

Brick House

The Brick House was first introduced in 1937 by J.C. Newman as a Havana Clear. Havana Clears were cigars rolled in the United States with Cuban tobacco. Fast forward to the present and J.C. Newman has reintroduced this line of cigars now using Nicaraguan tobacco. The new line was introduced at the 2009 IPCPR trade […]

Diamond Crown Maximus Robusto #5

The Diamond Crown Maximus was one of the first super premium cigars that came on the market near the end of the cigar boom. Made by Tabacalera A. Fuente for JC Newman in the Dominican Republic, it was a bolder version of the Diamond Crown line that was to appeal the rapidly growing full bodied […]

Cuesta Rey Stanford’s Cameroon Reserve

This cigar, produced by Tabacalera A. Fuente was created to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Stanford Newman’s introduction of the Cameroon wrapper to Cuesta Rey cigars. With a limited production of 35,000 cigars, the Pyramid No. 9 is made of Dominican filler and binder, draped in a Dominican grown Cameroon wrapper.