Hardly any other ritual is as significant for slowing down time as smoking a cigar. A cigar forgives no hectic and rush. And we all know the result – it not only becomes unpleasant from a sensory perspective; too much haste during smoking fundamentally reduces the pleasure.
First details of the annually held AmiCigar Meet-Up at the Italian Amalfi Coast emerged.
The Lithuanian Cigara Dru festival will take place for the 7th time this November, welcoming international guests to the first CSWC qualification tournament of the 2019 season to the historical city of Vilnius.
For the first time, a contestant from Germany won the Cigar Smoking World Championship (CSWC).
With the championship’s increasing popularity around the globe, competition to get onto the listings is stiff. In addition, the world record has fallen twice this year – and the grand finale is yet to come.
The traditional and exciting Cigar Smoking World Championship 2018 will take place in Split/Croatia on the first weekend in September.
For the sixth time, Darren Cioffi, owner and founder of Nashville, TN-based Principle Cigars has broken the world record in slow smoking a cigar.
Competition fever is going around the world. This year, in more countries than ever before, qualification tournaments are and have been taking place in one of the world’s most deliberate championships: the Cigar Smoking World Championship.
June 10th marked the end of the sixth cigar and lifestyle festival Fine Spirits & Cigar Weekend (FSCW), a glamorous event held by Tallinn Cigar Club and their president Tullio Liblik.
Most of the participants were doing their competitive slow smoking for the very first time and the format received a wide acceptance among the competitors.
The second Asian qualification round of the Cigar Smoking World Championship for 2018 was held on Friday evening at Saigon Cigar Club in Vietnam.
The first Asian qualification round of the Cigar Smoking World Championship for 2018 was held on Wednesday evening at Whisgars in Bangkok, Thailand.