French CSWC Tournament to Take Place at Big Smoke Paris 2017

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The second Big Smoke Paris is set to take place at the historic Théâtre du Gymnase Marie-Bell on June 24, 2017. The gathering will be the setting to the second french qualification tournament to the Cigar Smoking World Championship. The current world record in slow smoking of the official competition cigar, a Macanudo Inspirado Mareva, is held by Darren Cioffi with a smoking time of two hours, fifty minutes and nine seconds.

The winner of the french qualification tournament will be France’s official representative at the Cigar Smoking World Championship 2017 taking place in Split, Croatia, from September 1-3, 2017.

The participation fee of EUR 150,- covers signup to the official qualification tournament to the world championship in slow cigar smoking, a seated dinner and the opportunity to win various prices. A total of 80 tickets is available. Booking can be made here: Big Smoke Paris 2017

Big Smoke Paris 2017

Saturday, June 24, 2017
Competition starting at 6pm
Théâtre du Gymnase Marie-Bell
38 Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle, 75010 Paris
Participation fee: EUR 150,-
Booking: Big Smoke Paris 2017

See the Cigar Smoking World Championship Tournament Schedule for more information about the 2017 qualification tournaments.

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