Mauricio Córdoba fidgets in his seat at a corner table of his cigar club.
Although men may have smoked together since the first tobacco leaves were rolled and torched with fire, the proper cigar lounge was a 19th-century invention.
It is an axiom that as much as 80 percent of a cigar’s flavor comes from its wrapper. But what if that wrapper were made of pure gold?
Photography by Cordero Studios
Those who were fortunate enough to obtain and smoke one of Robb Report’s 2011 Best of the Best selections,
San Cristobal was introduced a few years ago as a collaboration between Ashton—one of the most innovative of today’s cigar companies—and José “Pepin” Garcia, a respected former Cuban torcedor
During the Great Depression and the days of the 5-cent cigar, New York’s self-proclaimed "Tobacconist to the World" Nat Sherman was selling his hand-rolled smokes for a dollar.
The Dominican Republic produces the greatest number of non-Cuban cigars made today, and the company that started it all was La Aurora, which was founded by Eduardo León Jimenes in 1903, when he op
If we gave an award for the cigar we would most like to smoke on the golf course, this would be the winner. The H.
There is a rare sweetness in the smoke of My Father Cigars Limited Edition 2010 (www.myfathercigars.com,