Author Archives: Katja Gnann

Paul Bugge: One Kilometer of Cigars

Paul Bugge: One Kilometer of Cigars

Do you know this place? You go through a door and find yourself in another world. In a small town in southern Germany, anybody who loves cigars gets this feeling: at Paul Bugge in Schwenningen.

Davidoff: Beat Hauenstein unites the best of two worlds

In a virtual but no less personal interview, Cigar Journal spoke to Beat Hauenstein, CEO of Oettinger Davidoff, on the status QUO of the family company. Despite the atmosphere of the crisis, the passionate skydiver ventured a look into the future. Because, if there is anyone who has learned to deal with difficult situations on the fly, it is the 52-year-old Swiss national.

La Palina Announces PCA Exclusive Goldie Prominete

La Palina will be debuting Goldie Prominente at the PCA show in Las Vegas, NV. Bill Paley (owner of La Palina) proudly states, “Goldie Prominente continues La Palina’s commitment to produce Goldie in classic styles and hyper limited quantities. We consulted with our team at El Titan De Bronze to utilize vintage tobaccos — which

Jonathan Drew: “We like to surprise”

Jonathan Drew has been at home in the cigar industry for almost 25 years. But JD, as he is known on the scene, has not made it comfortable for himself. The public tries to capture him using terms like “Disruptor”, “Tsunami” or “Provocateur”. All this is true, but – as it happens so often – is only a partial aspect of a great personality who has revolutionized the cigar scene.

Cigar Rolling Experience | Tampa, Hotel Haya, April 13

Join J.C. Newman and Hotel Haya on Tuesday, April 13, for an exclusive hands-on experience, rolling cigars and sipping cocktails. On April 13, 1886, the newly opened Sanchez y Haya cigar company on 7th Avenue became the first place in Ybor City to roll a cigar. Soon after, we earned our nickname: Cigar City. We’re

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