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.
Principle Cigars’ Aviator NightFlight line, an expanded edition of the Aviator series, will be launched in Europe.
For the sixth time, Darren Cioffi, owner and founder of Nashville, TN-based Principle Cigars has broken the world record in slow smoking a cigar.
At the very first official spanish qualification tournament for the Cigar Smoking World Championship, the competition to smoke a cigar as slowly as possible, Marco Tessari emerged as the victor with a smoking time of one hour and 55 minutes.
The grand finale of the Cigar Smoking World Championship (CSWC) is almost here. This year, the event deserves an epithet like „grand finale“ more than ever. The world records in slow smoking have been broken several times in 2016 and the titles were switching like a seesaw between the U.S.A and Russia.
On June 18th 2016, around 40 cigar fans from Paris, but also from the USA, Turkey and Switzerland gathered at the Big Smoke Paris, the first French Cigar Smoking World Championship qualification tournament.
The Chicago qualification tournament for the Cigar Smoking World Championship (CSWC) ended with another historical result. The previous world record has been broken – by two Americans.
Russian citizen Oleg Pedan took back the world record in slow cigar smoking from Darren Cioffi at the La Gran Fumada 2016 in St. Petersburg. Cioffi had previously taken the tile at the swedish qualification tournament on April 16, 2016.
Back by popular demand, qualifying rounds of the Cigar Smoking World Championship (CSWC) return to the United States beginning with the Nashville CSWC competition on Friday, May 13 at 6:00 pm at The 1850 at Lookaway Farms, 1850 Lewisburg Pike, Franklin.
Darren Cioffi, owner of Principle Cigars, did it again. He repeated history by winning the Cigar Smoking World Championship Qualification Tournament in Sweden – again. The tournament took place at Mellgren’s Fine Tobacco in Gotheburg.
Nick Hammond besucht die fünfte Weltmeisterschaft im Zigarrenrauchen in Split. Unter dem sonnigen Himmel Dalmatiens geben sich Zigarrenraucher aus aller Welt unter dem Vorwand des Wettbewerbs ein Stelldichein. Doch alle wissen, weshalb sie wirklich hier sind: Um die Brüderschaft rund um handgerollte Zigarren zu feiern.