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  1. The holographic Quesada Cigars tobacco-leaf logo on the band is the first indication that this is no ordinary cigar. Likewise, the depth of coloring on the medium tan wrapper and the spicy-sweet...
  2. Contrary to popular opinion, not all Havanas are stellar stogies. Here is how to make the most of the relaxed new rules.
  3. The cigar combines an Ecuadoran wrapper with Honduran and Dominican filler tobaccos.
  4. A limited-edition release from Legacy Brands that gets its name from the Spanish word for “turtle.”
  5. The Arturo Fuente 100th Anniversary Destino Siglo ($416–$520; www.cigar​family.com ) is aptly subtitled Autor . The limited-edition book-shaped boxes are dedicated to the story of the Fuente family...
  6. Much like the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol, the market for top-quality cigars this holiday season is defined by three themes: the past, the present, and the future. Through the handiwork...
  7. Padrón Cigars celebrates its 50th anniversary with two new all-Nicaraguan releases.
  8. Like many in the cigar business, Carlos Fuente Jr. traces his lineage to Cuba. In 1912, his grandfather Arturo came from that country to Florida, where he founded what is now Tabacalera A. Fuente y...
  9. Established in 1912 in Tampa, Fla., by the late Arturo Fuente Sr., the company that is now called Tabacalera A. Fuente y Cia is the world’s largest family-owned cigar business, boasting a portfolio...
  10. Since departing Cuba in the 1990s, the company now known as Oettinger Davidoff has focused on the Dominican Republic, with the master blender Hendrik “Henke” Kelner overseeing production of the brand...

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