El Artista cigars soon in Austria. The Austrian distributor Dios Tobaco and Tabacalera El Artista have announced that the cigars from the Dominican cigar manufacturer are available soon in the Central European country. The initial launch will include the Cimarron, Big Papi by David Ortiz, and the Buffalo Ten. Austria is the 7th European country where El Artista has a distribution channel. 

Ram Rodriguez, President of El Artista Cigars said in a press release “Despite the challenges of the first half of the year we have continued to sell and develop long-lasting relationships, albeit long-distance relationship style, and Dios Tabaco is evidence of our continued commitment to growth in Europe. We have known each other for a long time now, they know our quality, how we do business, and we have come to respect one another. I am proud to have Dios Tobaco as our exclusive distributor in Austria.”

Ministry of Cigars - El Artista cigars soon in Austria

Long relationship

Even though El Artista Cigars are new to the portfolio of Dios Tobaco, the relationship isn’t new. Over the last few years, Dios Tabaco has been distributing several cigars that are made at Tabacalera El Artista. Tabacalera El Artista is a well-known cigar manufacturer that produces cigars for many other brands. 

“Dios Tobaco was founded in 1999 by Wolfgang and Marlies Held. I bought the Company in 2019 after 20 successful years. I continue in their spirit. I distribute some major brands, boutiques, and specialty European Producers. I am always searching for new interesting cigars and brands for our market and I feel El Artista Cigars has a good place in our market” Johann Gallee, owner of Dios Tabaco explained.

Tabacalera El Artista started operating in 1956, in Tamboril, Dominican Republic. The factory produces millions of cigars annually and has distribution partners all over the globe. The company also grows tobacco all over the Caribbean and South America, and are important tobacco traders.

Ministry of Cigars - El Artista cigars soon in Austria

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