Cigaragua – a unique cigar store selling only handmade cigars from Nicaragua – welcomed worldwide guests with a packed launch party in Amsterdam.
The auction, held by C.Gars Ltd, features a massive 350 Lots of aged, rare and vintage cigars, including a stunning cabinet of 500 pre-embargo H Upmann Berilos in 4 ¾ inch by 32 Ring Gauge.
The fourth annual Cigar Smoker of The Year Awards, founded by Boisdale, is set to add some extras festive cheer in London this December. The star-studded, ceremony takes place on December 12 at Boisdale of Canary Wharf.
An incredible quarter of a million dollars has been raised in one single night by cigar loving guests in Chicago to support the Cigar Family Charitable Foundation.
Puror Sabor planning is already in full swing. Cigar lovers have just a few days left to make the most of savings on next year’s Puro Sabor Festival in Nicaragua.
And even the Nicaraguan Ambassador to the UK, Ms Guiselle Morales-Echaverry, was on hand to explain to gathered retailers just what a positive impact the cigar industry is having in Nicaragua.
Inbetween ominous looking rainclouds, the 52nd annual Association of Independent Tobacco Specialists (AITS) trade lunch was bathed in sunshine at Lord’s, England.
In this vintage column, Nick Hammond asks whether we’re going about it all wrong when it comes to smoking, tasting and evaluating our cigars. Are we slaves of fast consumption?
The Macanudo Inspirado has been launched in the UK in collaboration between Scandinavian Tobacco and Decent C.Gars Ltd. At the launch event in the Edward Sahakian Cigar Lounge, Knightsbridge, London.
Fighting for the rights for cigar smokers is all in a day’s work – certainly for Rocky Patel too. The campaigner for cigar smoker’s rights, is bringing the fight to Europe. Cigar Journal interviews a man on a mission …
Special limited run of cigars dedicated to the memory of a Dutch cigar lover: This year’s Ilja series commemorative cigar has been made by Joya De Nicaragua.
There’s a new/old place in town that you really need to visit. And when you do, you won’t recognize the upstairs lounge at the famous London cigar store on St James’s Street.