Cigar events are great fun. But when you go home, content with your night out, spare a thought for that roving cigar man or woman. While you’re catching up on your beauty sleep, he or she is probably heading to their next gig.
It’s not a stretch to say that what Sir George Martin was to the Beatles, Jochy Blanco has been to a whole host of boutique cigar makers.
The city of czars was Russia’s capital for many years. St.Petersburg is world famous for its museums, including the Hermitage. It’s also a place where those in the know enjoy their cigars in beautiful settings.
The market for collecting Cuban cigars is downright extensive. These, however, aren’t the kind of humidors that can be found in the house of every cigar lover. Replica Antique Humidors are based on historical models and very rare.
Few topics in cigar lore attract a greater disparity of views than the effect that wrappers have on the taste of a cigar.
Ernst Gocaj speaks in an interview with Cigar Journal about the important role of the binder in the cigar production.
Alejandro Martínez Cuenca has been the owner of the cigar factory Joya de Nicaragua since 1994. It is one of the oldest and most important cigar manufacturers in the world. JdN celebrates a significant milestone with an anniversary cigar.
Cigar Journal’s Nick Hammond provides a world-exclusive sneak preview of C.Gars Ltd’s stunning new UK venue.
Our Cigar Journal editor, Samuel Spurr, embarks on a journey to Asia and inquires about the development of the cigar industry in Malaysia.
Hotel W in Santiago houses a classy Casa del Habano which includes a bar with a lounge.
A remarkable bar scene is establishing itself in Dublin. We tested the pubs for you on whiskey and cigars.
Cigar travel journalist Gabriela Greess takes us on a trip through Belgium, to Brussels and Ghent. Read all about the best places to indulge and shop.