The Cigar Club AMV Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

The Cigar Club Malaysia Celebrates Cuba

In the first ever private event at the Cuban Embassy in Malaysia, The Cigar Club was honoured to organize a gathering to celebrate cigars, music, drinks, food, and the amazing culture and spirit of Cuba.

Lugo Conzalez, an acclaimed Cuban Master Roller, rolled fresh cigars for guests, Pernod Ricard featured mojitos and Pina Coladas with Havana Club Rum as well as Jameson whiskey and Glenlivet 15 scotch whisky.

“This was the pinnacle of all TCC events over the years, with over 160 guests having a fantastic time with food, music, drinks, cigars, lucky draws, and goodie bags with Panama Hats,” said Andreas Vogiatzakis, founder of The Cigar Club. “Fahmy Khai and Miguel Morales teamed up with their Cuban music bands to play entertaining Cuban rhythms for the guests. The Cigar Club is grateful to H.E. Ibete Fernandez, Cuban Ambassador to Malaysia, for opening the embassy doors for The Cigar Club guests.”

Founded in Kuala Lumpur in 2010, The Cigar Club’s vision is to bring together cigar aficionados from all walks of life. “Amicis Memorabile Victorias” is its motto: making Amazing Memorable Victories with friends. With more than 200 members and with more than 55 amazing events organized over the years, The Cigar Club has become a springboard and the catalyst for many friendships and partnerships. TCC’s signature ritual is THE EXCHANGE, where everyone brings a cigar not to smoke but to exchange with someone else.

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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