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ProCigar Festival

ProCigar Festival x Les Fines Lames


Attending ProCigar is like stepping into a world of magic.

A world where you are surrounded by some of the most talented and passionate cigar makers in the world. The 5-day festival brings together the country's best to celebrate the passion, tradition and commitment to the Dominican Tobacco Industry. La Tabacalera de García, PDR, Quesada cigars, La Flor Dominicana, Arturo Fuente, Davidoff, General Cigar, Tabacalera Palma, Carrillo, De Los Reyes, Arnold André…

The doors were open and the tobacco magicians were all eager to share their art with an audience of lucky aficionados. Imagine walking through the tobacco fields under the Dominican sun, cigar in hand, gathering knowledge from those who create the best.

Being here reminds us of the seriousness of this industry, and the sincerity with which cigar makers ply their craft. It reveals the hard work that goes into each of the “400 steps” of making a cigar. Behind each smoke is a skilled hand, a keen eye, and a deep knowledge of tobacco. At ProCigar, they become friends with whom to share a cigar. 

ProCigar Festival website



Les Fines Lames, proud sponsor of the ProCigar Festival

Last year, we were invited as spectators, but this year, Les Fines Lames was a Platinium sponsor of the event. Each participant was given a very exclusive ProCigar Punch Bracelet. It's always a great pleasure to see aficionados using our products, so to see 450 of them at once was a delightful sight for us!

In a Festival celebrating the art of cigar making, Les Fines Lames found its natural place to provide The Last Step of the cigar's journey! For this special occasion, we customized the Punch Bracelet to make it one of a kind, with a specially designed ProCigar charm.

A Procigar special Edition by Les Fines Lames that all participants were able to take home with their precious Dominican Cigars. To keep a useful and fashionable "souvenir" that pairs so well with Dominican cigars they got.