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Every Saturday, the podcast The Cigar Authority rea ches 23,000 viewers around the globe, even if the show hosts sometimes compare cigars to Twinkies. Or maybe because of that …
The Shapiro family has been in the cigar business for nearly 100 years.
Sofia, situated just outside New York City in the heart of Englewood, New Jersey, is an upscale, farm-to-table Italian steakhouse that elevates the cigar experience to a new level.
There are not many restaurants in Sweden where you can just sit down and smoke. Lase Diding opened the Hotell Havanna in Varberg and fulfilled his dream, his own Cuba in his hometown.
Jesse Mariut and Steve Gherebean are both cigar passionados and they worked on Hand Rolled: A Film about Cigars, for three years.
Cigar travel journalist Gabriela Greess takes us on a trip through Zürich. Read all about the best places to indulge and shop.
Asylum is the new brand from Christian Eiroa and Tom Lazuka, and it is known for being huge. The big cigars measure 7 x 70 and 8 x 80. But how did the brand come about? According to Tom Lazuka, it was his idea.
The story of Plasencia Cigars starts, as so many other cigar stories, in Cuba during the 1800s. It’s a story of a fifth-generation family business that is one of the most respected on the scene. It’s a story of hardship, two revolutions, a disastrous mold attack, but also of persistence, conviction and innovation.
Astute local connoisseurs and Mainland Chinese buyers keep this global cigar city buzzing.
Eat well and enjoy a cigar? Havana is the place to be! A shaded garden terrace, rooftop or waterside restaurant – experience the city with all senses. There is something for everyone’s palate and style.
We explored the best spots in Madrid for you to enjoy cocktails and cigars in the city.