To celebrate the Year of the Monkey (starting Monday, February 8), Siglo Accessory has announced the release of both a corresponding limited edition humidor as well as an ceramic ashtray.
A well-functioning lighter is essential for a perfect start to smoking a premium cigar. Kurt Van Keppel, CEO and founder of XIKAR, shared some tips on good lighter performance.
Davidoff is set to present the third edition of its humidor collection “Cave de Paille” at Art Basel Miami Beach. The humidors are created in collaboration with Paris-based artist Lison de Caunes and crafted using the traditional technique of straw marquetry.
Oettinger Davidoff has announced the release of their Zino Graphic Leaf Humidors which were originally introduced in July at the IPCPR trade show in New Orleans.
The jury awarded this year’s Cigar Trophy in the Outstanding Art category to Stinky Ashtrays, the brainchild of Bill Salviano, also known as “Stinky.”
The people have spoken: the 2015 Cigar Trophy for Best Accessory was awarded to Boveda 2-Way Humidity Control Packs, made by Boveda Inc.
The Davidoff Year of the Monkey 2016 Limited Edition comes with two new ashtrays in red and gold coloration, one of them a new design.
The Spanish humidor manufacturer Humidif has released a new humidifying solution for travel and table humidors. The manufacturer’s patented Gelly pouches are designed to provide cigars with humidity for up to 90 days.
The armchair is made of molded beech and walnut wood and offers the cigar aficionado a personal retreat to relax, smoke, and enjoy. Drawers made with Spanish cedar are built into the armrests.
Colibri announced the launch of the Colibri Boss, the world’s first triple-flame cigar lighter with a swing-out, double guillotine cigar cutter.
To celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary, Carlito Fuente worked with Manny Iriate to create artwork depicting the history of the family.
Colibri announced a new limited edition series of the Colibri Quasar humidor designed in New York City by Colibri and hand-crafted in California by Daniel Marshall.