On the last day of the trade fair, Cigar Journal visited Adorini and its owner Felix Spohn, who has taken up an immense booth in the entrance area of Hall 4 over the years. He always has a good overview of how busy the show is.
His conclusion: “My impression is that the number of visitors has increased compared to last year. And: a surprisingly large number of tobacconists came from Germany who actually didn’t want to come. I see the show in its entirety as very positive.”
Adorini is now represented in 42 countries, and the company’s presence at the show is primarily to meet all of its international distributors in one place. “It’s just nice to see everyone in one place. We’re happy to take orders, of course, but basically it’s an immense meeting,” Spohn explains.
Adorini’s novelty is an elegant humidor made of stone, which – I was able to see for myself – is nevertheless lightweight. The design was originally a limited edition for a customer from France , but which may now also be offered by Adorini.
The stone humidor is available in three variants, it costs EUR 449.00.
In addition, the company presents a Cuba edition, consisting of a humidor that can hold up to 150 cigars and a cigar case.
Quite hip is the airline trolly for cigars – there were only 20 of them for EUR 2480.00 – and these are already sold out!
Originally posted on September 22, 2023 @ 2:17 am