The 10th Cigar Smoking World Championship is over. More than 200 guests from 29 countries enjoyed a smoke-filled weekend in the beautiful town of Split, Croatia. 127 competitors, among them 25 women, were registered. The organizing committee has now announced the official results. The 2019 world champion is Oleg Pedan, Russia (206 minutes and 43…
On August 1, 2019, a strictly limited Davidoff Exclusive Germany Edition came onto the market. This is only available in flagship stores and 5***** Ambassador tobacconists. The cigar comprises a complex blend with tobaccos from four various countries of origin.
Cigar enthusiasts from all over the world are gathering in Split, Croatia, this weekend to participate in the 10th Cigar Smoking World Championship. What is considered to be the slowest race on earth is a slow smoking contest, established 10 years ago by Mr. Marko Bilic, president of the Mareva Cigar Club in Split. The…
With the InterTabac show taking place in Germany in September, Nestor Plasencia is going on tour in Europe.
Antigua Cigars in Antigua, Guatemala, is hosting a Rocky Patel event with Christopher Mey, Director of Global Business Development on Sunday, August 4, 2019.
Habanos S.A. the worldwide distribution company of Habanos cigars has changed their classification of cigars.
On July 12, 2019, Habanos S.A. presented a new vitola within the Punch brand: a Short Robusto called Short de Punch (50 x 120 mm).
The world record went back to Sweden and to Mr Kovacic after 3 hours, 52 minutes and 55 seconds.
Not quite a year ago, on June 15, 2018 Mr Darren Cioffi (USA) has broken the world record in slow smoking a cigar for the fifth time since 2014.
La Grand Fumada Russia has always been one of the most exciting qualifyers for the Cigar Smoking World Championship (CSWC).
Canada’s Minister of Health, Ginette Petitpas Taylor has announced that new regulations for plain and standardized appearance of tobacco packages and products will begin to come into force on November 9, 2019.
He even makes cigars smile. Manny Iriarte, Cuban by birth, is not only shooting artistically highly valuable photos, he is actually staging his photos in a manner which catapults the viewer into the middle of the event.