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.
We set out for Hamburg to explore the northern German port city’s cigar scene and discover its havens for cigar lovers.
Those visiting Tokyo for business of pleasure have an array of opportunities to indulge in cigars. Here are the best places to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a few hours.
The Frenchman Pierre Jourdan has creates cigar knives that shows great craftsmanship as well as high quality. We met him for an interview.
Manny Iriarte is perhaps the most sought-after artist in the cigar industry. His passion runs deep, his designs are meticulous, and his concepts are brilliant. Together with the Swiss luxury watch manufacturer Hublot, he designed the Classic Fusion 45 mm Fuente 20th Anniversary Special Edition.
There’s nothing new about a long-time cigar fan deciding to throw his hat in the ring and produce his own blend. However, Riste Ristevski’s Jas Sum Kral cigars, branded by Ristevski as “Boutique as f*ck,” have garnered plenty of online attention since debuting in late 2015.
Italy’s restrictive smoking laws make finding a public cigar lounge nearly impossible. But for the cigar smoker visiting Florence, there is good news: the Cigar Room at Villa Cora.
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.
Ernst Gocaj speaks in an interview with Cigar Journal about the important role of the binder in the cigar production.
A remarkable bar scene is establishing itself in Dublin. We tested the pubs for you on whiskey and cigars.
In Havana opened a new cigar lounge “Cohiba Atmosphere”.