German Triumph at Live Streamed Slow Smoking Final.
He did it again! In fact, in Split last night, Hauke Walter, aka ”The Iceman”, from Germany did what very few others have done. In competition with around 80 other smokers from more than 40 countries he became slow smoking world champion for the second time.
Today is the day. The Cigar Smoking World Championship Final in Split, Croatia, is just a few hours away, so let the speculations begin.
CSWC in Croatia.
Just four days before the grand final the competition was held in Skopje.
This year Cigar Conexion hosted the competition 2,000 kilometers to the south, in Bangalore.
With the Cigar Smoking World Championship qualification rounds in Kuwait and Lebanon being cancelled the only competition in the Middle East this year was the one in Qatar.
To the settings of one of the heaviest rains eastern Norway has seen in later years, which says a lot, cigar importer and retailer Augusto Cigars celebrated its 25th anniversary on August 25 (of course).
Dmitrijs Smirnovs did it again. Like last year, the Latvian from Riga Cigar Club won the Estonian Cigar Smoking World Championship qualifier, making him the 2023 Baltic Champion.
CSWC in Denmark.
On September 2 the CSWC grand final in Split, Croatia, will be broadcasted live on the CSWC Youtube channel.
Whether it’s the Cigar Smoking World Championship qualifier or the Long Ash competition bringing the Thai cigar community together, it always comes down to a battle between two other nationalities.