Pacific Cigar Company Macau Celebrates a Decade of Operation with Hand-Crafted Humidor

Pacific Cigar Company Macau recently released a beautiful cabinet to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their Macau office.

The front of the cabinet is a replica of the Ruins of St Paul’s. Built in the 17th Century by the Jesuits, the ruins are a Macau landmark and being a part of the Historic Centre of Macau, are also a UNESCO World Heritage site. “The cabinet was crafted by a team of artisans, with the smallest of details engraved, painted and assembled,” states Shadow Wong, Senior Product Manager for Pacific Cigar Company.

The cabinet includes 2 boxes of Juan Lopez Seleccion No. 4, Asia Pacific’s 2010 Regional Edition, and 2 boxes of Saint Luis Rey Pacficos, Asia Pacific’s 2009 Regional Edition. 88 Cabinets were created to celebrate the Macau office milestone. Retail price is MOP 45,000 (approx. EUR 5.200,- | USD 5.500,-).

Photo: Pacific Cigar

Samuel Spurr has been Cigar Journal’s Asia-Pacific contributor since his first feature on the Australian cigar scene in 2006. Regularly writing, Tweeting, and Instagramming about cigars, he’s recognized in Australia as a cigar authority and frequently hosts cigar master classes.


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