Daniel Marshall has been successful in the humidor business since 1982, and embodies the lustrous pioneering spirit that surrounds the American dream. In 1995 he got into the cigar business.
If these walls could only talk, what stories they would tell! Over the years, the legendary Empresa de Tabaco Torcido José Martí manufacture produced many beloved cigar labels such as Byron, Particulares and Montecristo.
This edition shows a completely different sensory side to the distillery. Roasted nuts, vanilla, a touch of wood and remarkably light floral aromas greet the nose. The complimentary smoky bundle of aromas is guaranteed in a Villiger Talanga Corona.
Why would anyone be prepared to spend this much money on a cigar, particularly when it is over 50 years old? Is there any way that such extravagance could be justified? The venue was the outdoor cigar terrace at Boisdale’s Restaurant in London’s Belgravia district. The event was the third auction of aged and vintage cigars organised by C.Gars Ltd.
A true Marvel – over the last 15 years, the now 80-year-old Arnaldo Bichot has shaped the brand Partagás. The Partagás Lusitanias Gran Reserva Cosecha 2007 is his masterpiece.
Brazilian tobacco is well loved around the world. Just when it seemed like there was no more room in the market for a new Brazilian cigar, Lorenzo Orsi decided to take his passion for Brazil and cigars and created a new Brazilian cigar.
In an age in which anti-smoking legislation is taking more and more of a hold, many of us will probably be longing for the good old days of tobacco enjoyment.
This 18-year-old Rum is complex and intense both in its aroma – coconut, bottled raisins, chocolate – and on the tongue. With a La Traviata Robusto by CAO it will take you on a voyage into the world of confectionary.
This seven-year-old is quite something, and its flavor includes the spicy sweetness and bitter cocoa aromas typical of this distillery. A great partner for a small Perfecto from the Oliva O series.