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We have two locations:
Valley Tobacco - Austintown, Ohio: We have the most diverse selection of Premium Cigars, Vape products, Roll Your Own Tobacco, Pipes and other smoking accessories in Mahoning County. Not to mention we have a relaxing Cigar Lounge.
Cigarette World - Salem, Ohio: We have the largest selection of Premium Cigars,Vapes and Roll Your Own Tobacco in Columbiana County.
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Enjoy you favorite cigar and relax in our cigar lounge, where you can sit in our beautiful leather chairs and take in the game on our large screen TV.
Introducing the new face of Fat Bottom Betty for 2015! Just as tasty but with a “killer” new look. Sized at 5×54 for your smoking pleasure. She is hand rolled exclusively for the Deadwood Tobacco Company, by the world famous Drew Estate Cigar Company in Estelli, Nicaragua.
You would think the Fat Bottom Betty was a cigar infused with sweetness. But the sweet taste comes from the way they cure the wrapper leaf. It s an amazing cigar with a great burn and plenty of smoke. I would highly recommend it!!!
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For months, the cigar industry has been awaiting the decision from the U.S. District Court on the lawsuit waged by cigar trade groups against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The wait is over but the outcome isn’t what many were hoping for.
Today, Judge Amit P. Mehta revealed his decision, ruling mostly in favor of the FDA in nearly every part of the lawsuit. This is a stinging blow to the premium cigar industry that at first saw signs that the judge understood their plight and would rule in favor of premium cigars. The only area of the lawsuit Judge Mehta ruled against was the requirement for some retailers to register as manufacturers if they blended their own pipe tobacco that was sold to consumers. Other parts of the deeming regulations, including the highly contested warning label requirements and high user fees, were upheld.
Tobacco Business has been tracking the lawsuit since it was filed back in July 2016. The lawsuit saw various cigar trade associations including the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Association (IPCPR), Cigar Rights of America (CRA), and Cigar Association of America (CAA) joining forces to fight against the FDA’s regulations. In October, the groups asked the court to specifically stop the rollout of warning label requirements which they said would violate manufacturers and retailers’ freedom of (commercial) speech and would add unnecessary steps for both to take in order to promote and sell regulated products. It also questioned the fairness of user fees, which were increased in 2018 for premium cigar and other newly regulated tobacco products–with the exception of e-cigarettes.
The trade groups questioned the FDA’s ability to regulate products it was still studying and trying to understand, and Meheta agreed to a certain extent, but said the court is “tied by both the law and the posture of the case.” Mehta went so far as to say the FDA requiring the cigar industry to pay compliance costs while the agency reassessed the tobacco product category with the release of the ANPRMs “smacks of basic unfairness” and that the right thing for the FDA to do would be delay the warning requirements until more was settled and resolved. Still, the court’s ability to do anything to help was limited. For now, the cigar industry still has hope as the FDA is reevaluating its regulation of the product category with the release of three ANPRMs. Anyone can submit a comment in favor of premium cigars ahead of the June 2018 deadline [read more here].
With the ruling of this case, the next big compliance deadline coming up is Aug. 10 where warning labels will be required on premium cigar packaging, marketing materials and advertising. The advertising requirements and how it will be implemented and regulated by the FDA is still a bit unclear. Read more about warning label requirements by clicking here.
The two sides are set to meet on June 11 to address the status of the case. The lawsuit filed by various Texas-based cigar businesses has yet to be decided and remains separate from this case for now
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Really happy with this place. My husband has been a customer since it opened, buying pipe tobacco. Now we go for the vape. They have a large cigar selection, loose tobacco for pipes or rolling your own cigs, etc. So there's something for all kinds of smokers.
The shop itself is very clean and inviting. The employees have always made us feel welcome and are happy to help us. Today was the first time coming in for their vape products and I left very satisfied. They don't carry a lot in the realm of batteries, tanks, mods, etc. Really it's just the basic stuff. But that's not really a bad thing.
Now the juice. They carry Tsunami, Bare Naked, and Criss-Cross... which is now my new favorite e-juice. They were reasonably priced and they also have a Buy 10, Get 1 Free promotion. Downside, they only have the Criss-Cross available to sample, but for the price, you could take the chance on the other brands. They also have A LOT of 0 Nic options which is very hard to come by locally. All the other vape shops I've been to seem to always be out or just don't bother to stock many to begin with.
Love the juice and this is now my go-to place for it.