Diamondback cigars are blended by Omar Ortez, in Nicaragua. The wrapper is Ecuadorian Connecticut, and the binder and filler are both Nicaraguan. This flavorful stogie is considered outstanding, and sold for a reasonable price. The choices for this line come in four different vitolas: Churchill, Corona, Robusto and Toro. They come 20 to a box. The Diamondback cigars are made by the Altadis company. This company created a number of the most well-known brands in the world, and has been in business since 1918. It brought six independent manufacturers together to create the company. Getting all six to cooperate, rather than compete as they had been used to doing, was something of a challenge, and it was only in 1921 that the current company’s predecessor was officially created. Dutch Masters was one of the brands made by one of the former competitors, and it became the new company’s flagship smoke. In the 20s, the company purchased another company, for which George Burns was the spokesman. In the 50s it bought Muriel Cigars, with its well-known tag line, “Why don’t you pick me up and smoke me sometime!”
Over time, the company became one of the world’s largest manufacturers of premium sticks. The company can make use of some of the best tobacco from around the world. That helps the company present high quality sticks at a decent price point, like the new Diamondback cigars.
Smokes from this company are now produced in a number of different countries, including the U.S. People in Honduras, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic may be employed by this business. While most smokers might think that producing cigars was enough for this company to do, it also created the Montecristo Relief Organization. This group was established in 1999 for charitable fundraising for helping those affected by natural disasters like hurricanes. The group has raised millions and has helped with rebuilding houses and schools, among other things. It has also helped give scholarships and other opportunities to some of the people affected by the natural disasters. The group provides aid right away and helps with ongoing needs, and they will continue to help make a difference for those in need.
Diamondback cigars may just be the next in a long line of well-known and appreciated stogies. Altadis owns an impressive amount of trademarked stogies, and happens to be the biggest American supplier of tobacco for pipes under private labels. Imperial Tobacco, a British company acquired Altadis in 2008, but the smokes originally manufactured under Altadis maintain that name. The company announced expansion at its Florida headquarters in summer of 2011.
The company wants to provide stogies of the best quality for their customers to smoke right away or store in their humidors to enjoy at a later time. And they want to provide this at a reasonable price in all categories, provide top notch customer service, and give its employees a fantastic environment to work in. Smokers looking for a good company to support with their smoking bucks might want to give the new Diamondback cigars a try, and people job seeking for a company that cares about its employees and others might want to give this business a second look.