Cavalier’s booth was one we tried to get into multiple times through the tradeshow, but consistently they were busy selling cigars, and doing lots of media coverage, which is awesome to see them getting such consistent foot traffic. The booth had a nice open concept with a big backdrop of their name and logo for a nice spot to do media coverage, and then a few shelves to the side as well as a small table at the entrance showcasing their new lines.
This year Cavalier was showcasing their annual Limited-Edition release for the sixth year. This year it is coming in a 6 x 54 Toro and is continuing the trend of changing the blend every year. The blend is also undisclosed on all accounts for wrapper, binder, and filler as years previous. There will be 1,948 boxes of 10 available with an MSRP of $14.60.
Cavalier was also showcasing their Inner Circle Domaine Rouge which is the 2nd line under the Inner Circle brand that debuted in 2022 as their first brand to be branded without the gold diamond Cavalier is so well known for. The Domaine Rouge is an homage to Sebastian’s father and the common interest for wine and cigars that they share. The cigar was also blended to have a more classical profile. The blend is composed of Honduran Wrapper, Honduran Binder, Honduran, Nicaraguan, and Paraguayan Fillers. It will come in boxes of 24 with an MSRP ranging from $14.10-$15.40 with 4 vitolas offered Petit Robusto, Robusto Grande, Toro, and Figurado.
Make sure to watch the entire interview with Sebastian below to hear more about these two new blends.
Being a Canadian resident, the tobacconist introduced Mitchell to Cuban cigars and for special occasions he would light up a Cuban cigar. After exploring the Cuban portfolio, he stumbled into new world cigars and fell in love with the bold flavors and great consistency and construction. Ever since then he has been entrenched in exploring as much of the new world cigars and finding his favorites to keep in the humidor.