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‘Ultimate Collection’ cigar book thought to be costliest ever

ASSOULINE, publishers of high-end, luxury books, has released a remarkable new cigar book.

The Impossible Collection of Cigars needs a substantial coffee table to hold it – it comes in a hand-bound limited edition, housed in a reproduction cigar box some 18 inches wide by 20 inches in length and 3.5 inches deep. It weighs in at a back-testing 18 pounds. It is thought to be the costliest cigar book ever produced – yours for £920, Eur 820 or $995.


The remarkable book is the culmination of many months’ work by New York author Aaron Sigmond, who is no stranger to the cigar world. He has previously authored the Playboy Book of Cigars and was a founding Editor of Smoke Magazine.


Packed with evocative images and including cigars from the likes of Rocky Patel, Padron, Graycliff, Davidoff, Fuente and, of course, Habanos SA, The Impossible Collection Of Cigars will be on show at selected Assouline locations. Launch events took place in New York, Geneva and London.


For more details, contact www.assouline.com

Nick Hammond

Nick Hammond is an award-winning writer from the UK. He writes for prestigious international titles on cigars, travel, food, drink, hotels, luxury, and more. Nick has been writing for Cigar Journal since 2010.