On October 20th, the new enrichment to the Quai d’Orsay’s regular portfolio, alongside the Coronas Claro, the No. 50 and No. 54, took place in an amazing historical building.
Wednesday night in Paris, a special event gathered both watches and cigar fans at Bell & Ross’s headquarters near the Champs-Élysées.
On September 12th in Paris, about 150 people gathered to celebrate “the French Habano”.
The return of the Cigar Truck is going to be celebrated on the 15th of June 2019 directly in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The Frenchman Pierre Jourdan has creates cigar knives that shows great craftsmanship as well as high quality. We met him for an interview.
The city of czars was Russia’s capital for many years. St.Petersburg is world famous for its museums, including the Hermitage. It’s also a place where those in the know enjoy their cigars in beautiful settings.
The new blend is a variation of the initial Navetta line initially launched in 2017.
Success for the First Mountain on Fire Edition in Austria.
The famous French maker of humidors is celebrating his 40th anniversary. We met his director general, Laurent Fuchs, a man who is just as passionate as he is modest.
Oleg Pedan once again took the title of best russian competitor at the qualification tournament for the Cigar Smoking World Championship held in St. Petersburg.
The man who has been shaking up the cigar industry has chosen to focus on subtle, contemporary marketing directed at the European market.
The Cuban cigar brand Quai d’Orsay launches two new vitolas, alongside the 2016 Edición Regional and inaugurates a new band design, with a golden ring in relief printing.