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.
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”
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-Tobacco Smoked for You
Pipes Depot from Gerd Jansen
Next Generation: Ken Dederichs
Lounges & Clubs