The Shapiro family has been in the cigar business for nearly 100 years. In 1922, Morris Shapiro and his brother, Isador, opened a candy store and smoke shop in New York City called Shapiro’s Smoke Shop. A journey through the decades has transformed the family business from a tiny shop in Manhattan into a 4,000-square-foot…
Cigar Bar Kuala Lumpur’s Curated Pairing Experience Kuala Lumpur is in the middle of a cigar lounge boom with a plethora of new cigar venues opening recently. Asia Pacific Editor Samuel Spurr sat down with Cigar Bar’s co-founder Jay Walia who hosted the venue’s official launch last week and introduced their Curated Pairing Experience. Why…
C.Gars Ltd announces the opening of their second La Casa del Habano (LCDH) franchise in Knutsford-Cheshire, UK on the 24th of July, 2019.
With some of the world’s toughest anti-tobacco legislation to contend with, opening a new cigar lounge in Australia seems like the last thing anyone would invest in, but Cigar Social’s founder Nick Russell likes a challenge.
Taking a page from the Old Havana district of Cuba with its bright, fluorescent colors, craft cocktails, and premium cigars, Leonardtown Cigars is one of the latest examples of the Leonardtown, Maryland commercial renaissance.
A premier cigar lounge in a premier suburb of a premier city!
Malaysia’s cigar scene is booming. Fidel’s Cigar Lounge at The Palace of the Golden Horses hotel in Seri Kembangan, one of four new cigar lounges welcoming cigar lovers in KL, will be unveiled on Saturday 22nd of June with the official opening of the hotel’s Truefitt & Hill barbershop.
Located next to the hotel’s Polo Lounge, access to the cigar venue is through double doors of the renowned British barber.
David Garofalo has published the book David vs. Goliath. How to Compete, And Beat, The On-Line Giant – 100 Proven Promotions For Brick & Mortar Retailers.
Habano locations comprises more than 200 tobacco shops and lounges specializing in Habanos worldwide. Find the details on all of them here.
The imperial city of Saint Petersburg is today the only place on earth where a cigar smoker can comfortably walk twenty steps from a La Casa del Habano to a Davidoff store and lounge.
These days there are very few reliable things coming out of the nation’s capital. Despite all of the political craziness and friction, one place that is consistently peaceful is Washington, D.C.’s most well known tobacconist, W. Curtis Draper (Drapers). Founded in 1887 by William Curtis Draper, it is the oldest full service tobacconist in the District of Columbia, third oldest in the United States, and owned and operated by John Anderson and Matt Krimm.
Former banking professional and amateur motorcycle racer Omar Hargis was a regular patron of cigar brick and mortars in the Wellmington, Delware area until a motorcycle wreck sidelined him for 10 months. “Sitting on your deck with a broken leg enjoying cigars…you have a lot of time to think,” says Hargis. Healing up and returning to corporate America, he quickly realized that it was time to flex his entrepreneurial muscle, build a shop of his own, and create a legacy that could be passed on to his children and his children’s children.