The Cigar Club, founded in Kuala Lumpur in 2010, is a non-commercial club with a vision to bring together cigar smokers from all walks of life and become a catalyst for new partnerships and friendships.
In the first ever private event at the Cuban Embassy in Malaysia, The Cigar Club was honoured to organize a gathering to celebrate cigars, music, drinks, food, and the amazing culture and spirit of Cuba.
Cigar events are great fun. But when you go home, content with your night out, spare a thought for that roving cigar man or woman. While you’re catching up on your beauty sleep, he or she is probably heading to their next gig.
Daniel Marshall continues to take his “Modern Day Campfires” around the world. His latest creation, “Cigars Meet Movies” brought Marshall’s Campfire to the oldest movie studio in the world, Babelsberg Studio’s Theme Park in Potsdam Berlin.
Maya Selva, owner of Flor de Selva, Villa Zamorano, and Cumpay cigar brands recently toured South-East Asia, visiting Vietnam and Hong Kong.
Owner Jeremy Casdagli talks of exciting new projects and a relaunch opportunity courtesy of the Middle East.
Oliva Cigar Company has produced cigars for over 20 years now, and the man behind almost all their brands is Gilberto Oliva. His secret is working with what you want, not what you get.
It’s not a stretch to say that what Sir George Martin was to the Beatles, Jochy Blanco has been to a whole host of boutique cigar makers.
Despite a frenetic schedule of travel, lobbying and finding time to run his hugely popular cigar brand, Rocky Patel is never short of fun stuff.
Most of the Foundry cigars are back under the wing of Giannini and will now be distributed by Kretek International.
La Casa Del Habano Kuala Lumpur recently celebrated two decades of operation with a cigar dinner attended by Asia-Pacific’s cigar industry members and Habanos enthusiasts.
With a new driver behind the wheel, Oliva Cigar Company will continue to create great cigars. The only difference is, it will be for a bigger market.