Havana and cigars are simply inseparable. Until just a few years ago, the city was the fine-smoke Eldorado. In the meantime, it has unfortunately become a little more difficult to find havens for smoking. So it’s good to know where you can go in Cuba’s capital to indulge in your cigar in a nice environment. The following is a list of the best places.
The Punch brand, born in the XIX century, is one of the oldest brands of Habanos. It was created by Don Manuel López de Juan Valle with the intention of distributing it in the English market. The brand owes its name to a funny publication that was fashionable at the time in England, Mr. Punch.…
The factory founder’s name is almost entirely unknown today. However, towards the end of the 19th century, Pedro Murias was one of the leading manufacturers of cigars in Havana.
Phoenicia Trading, the exclusive Habanos distributor in the Middle East, Cyprus, Greece and parts of Africa, has officially launched Diplomáticos “Ammunition”, the 2018 Edición Regional Exclusivo Phoenicia.
In Havana opened a new cigar lounge “Cohiba Atmosphere”.
A new film showcasing the tobacco-growing talents of Hirochi Robaina is gaining worldwide acclaim.
ABAM, a name that few passionados know, is now publicly making rounds with its new launch of Flor de Ynclan. Behind the name is Matías Maragoto, a Cuban exile, who has been responsible for Villiger’s Dominican cigars since the Nineties.
For the second time, Adorini and Cigar Journal are organizing a cocktail reception for cigar lovers in Havana under the motto “Give to Enjoy!”
Here are the details to the 20th edition of the annual Habanos festival including two novelties that will be introduced during the festival.
As an act of solidarity with Cuba, Pacific Cigar Company is donating 10% of all retail sales from 18 September until the end of the month to Hurricane Irma relief to assist the people of Cuba.
The event predicts novelties, as well as the traditional activities: Welcome evening, visit to the best tobacco plantations in Vuelta Abajo, visits to cigar factories and more.
The tobacco route “Ruta del Tabacco” in Cuba was opened in fall of 2015. Gabriela Greess tells the story of her journey through the tobacco region, Pinar del Rio.