Here's our feature interview with Protocol Cigars at the 2022 PCA Trade Show. The team from Protocol was stepping out this year with a booth of their very own. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you don't miss any of our Trade Show Coverage. You can also watch HBTC Live, Monday nights on Facebook and YouTube. Thanks for watching! Burn cigars, not bridges
HBTC Review: Protocol Bass Reeves Maduro
In 2019, Protocol Cigars debuted the Lawman Series of cigars with the Sir Robert Peel. Following that in 2020, the Eliot Ness cigars were announced. Then at the 2021 PCA Trade Show, Juan Cancel and Kevin Keithan from Protocol Cigars announced the latest entry in the Lawman Series, that being the Bass Reeves.
HBTC Review: Protocol Cyber Crimes Unit Churchill BP
When Kevin Keithan joined Juan Cancel at Protocol Cigars, he not only brought a vast amount of energy and drive to the growing cigar brand, he also brought a wealth of experience in cyber security. As a way to integrate Kevin's technology background into the law enforcement theme of the Protocol series, the company released the Cyber Crimes Unit. The neon-green design fits nicely into the Protocol series of the original Protocol Blue, the Probable Cause Red, and the Themis Yellow (or as Garret likes to call it, the M-I-5). Here is Matt's review of this cigar.
HBTC News: Protocol Announces John Doe 3.0
Protocol Cigars is proud to announce the third installment in the John Doe Series, John Doe 3.0. John Doe is the common name given to unidentified males at birth until identification can be made at a later time. The John Doe 3.0 cigars will be presented in a 10 count paper bundle with pricing set at $95.00/bundle-$9.50/cigar. The John Doe 3.0 is a 5 x 52 vitola with black lettering on a plain white paper band spelling out John Doe 3.0. Similar to prior John Doe releases, the wrapper, binder, and filler are unidentified.