Autumn Edition 2008 – Jemma Freeman the Head of Hunters & Frankau

Cover Herbst 2008 In the 2008 Autumn issue of Cigar Journal, we inform you about the German tobacco market in upheaval, the most cultivable areas for tobacco growing on the Philippines and a spezial tasting: cigar meets cigarette.

Our author Gabriela Grees leads you to the best cigar-places in Luxemburg.

Coverstory: Great Britain has always had a reputation for its sophisticated tastes and cigar smoking culture. We met Jemma Freeman, managing director of the largest British premium cigar importer, Hunters & Frankau.

We are talking with her, what it’s like to be the head of the cigar business in the United Kingdom.

If you missed this edition, you can order a back-issue.

The following is an overview of the contents of the 3/2008 edition.

Smoky Spirits
Luxury Cigars: When Money Plays No Role
Coverstory: Jemma Freeman the Head of Hunters & Frankau
Demon Rum: Everything About the Spirit
City Portrait Luxemburg
Germany: Tobacco Market in Upheaval
100 Years of Heinrichs’ Pipes
Tobacco Provenance Philippines
The American View – It’s All Political Now
Connecticut – Wrapper Country
Nicaragua: Government Problems Endanger the Cigar Industry
Menendez Amerino Cigars: Charutos “Feito a Mão”
Cuba News
Collector’s Corner: How Long Should Cigars be Aged?
Cigars & Motorbikes: The Joy of the Controlled Burn
Spezial Tasting: Cigar Meet Cigarette
De Bethune: Watch Philosophy of Another Kind
Pipe News
Pipe-Tobacco Smoked for You
Pipes Depot from Gerd Jansen
Next Generation: Ken Dederichs
Events Review
Lounges & Clubs



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