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Ian Reith left the world of software engineering and network communications for greener pastures, specifically those cultivating uncountable, green-leafed tobacco plants. With the initial intention of producing only one cigar, Reith created the Cubo. The cigar prioritized quality components and construction and featured freshly modern artwork that still honored the inherent nostalgia of the industry. When shown the Cubo, one of Ian's friends, a barber, remarked, "Now, that's a dapper cigar," and Dapper Cigar Co. was born.
One cigar wasn't enough, though, and now Dapper enjoys a rich portfolio of world-class cigars. Ian's relationships with others in the industry have also flourished; he's surrounded himself with experts and partnered with some of the most reputable names in the business, like Oliva and Raul Disla: Ian utilizes tobaccos from Oliva's farms in his cigars, and a number of Dapper's lines are rolled at the Nicaragua America Cigars, S.A. factory supervised by Disla.
The complex blends of the La Madrina and Siempre showcase tobaccos from multiple countries, with the La Madrina being Dapper's strongest and fullest cigar. Meanwhile, the Cubo Sumatra riffs off of Dapper's flagship blend, and the El Borracho line boasts Natural and Maduro versions, with Mexican San Andrés and Connecticut Broadleaf wrappers, respectively.