Risking New Things

In order to stand out or to keep standing out, you will need to do somethings that you have never done before. Tonight, we are looking at some brands that are doing just that. First off is Sindicato, a brand known for its Nicaraguan blends. Recently they collaborated with El Artista in the Dominican Republic and have released their first Dominican blend cigar, the Sindicato Artista. Next is 7-20-4, the iconic brand that Kurt Kendall brought back to life in 2006. This year, 7-20-4 has gone down a totally different road by beginning a line of premium pipe tobaccos to market under the banner 7-20-4 Briary Blends. First was Boston Tea Party. Their second blend, Queen City just landed. Are these moves going to help keep these brands stand out?

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