Buffalo cigars are a big seller, and it’s one that they’ll have to keep a close eye on, at least for now.
In the past few years, the U.N. agency has warned that the growing demand for small cigars could lead to shortages in the U, and in the past several weeks, the International Trade Commission has taken a much more muted approach, saying it was still “considering the possibility” of imposing sanctions against tobacco producers.
That could mean that the new, U.K.-based Buffalo Cigars, which opened its first U.k. shop in London last week, will be limited to just a few hundred cigars, according to The Telegraph.
That’s a small price to pay, since the brand’s founder, Nick Young, already sold out of his entire line.
But the company is still looking for buyers.
The company recently announced it would expand to the U., where it has been struggling with high inflation and high food and water costs.
The new Buffalo is expected to ship in July or August, with production starting in 2018.
That’s not to say that the company won’t try to sell some of its more limited products.
The Buffalo cigar, for example, is currently sold exclusively through the online retailer Cigar City, but that could change in the future, if sales grow.
“We will continue to be open to selling some of our most popular lines, if we get more volume we will do that,” said Young.
The Buffalo Cigar brand is owned by Young and his brother, Brian.
They are hoping that by selling to a U.U.C.B. and a UU.
S., they can boost their international presence.
The move could also mean that sales of the Buffalo brand will be lower in the coming months.
As the company ramps up production, they will likely focus on their smaller brands.
That could lead them to lose some customers, but they’re already losing a few.
“It’s not just a matter of inventory,” said James, the Buffalo Cigarrs manager.
“It’s about customer loyalty.”