It’s happened to the best of us.
Over the last several years, the popularity of Nicaraguan tobacco has risen dramatically, in part due to the country’s soil, which is similar to that of Cuba’s Vuelta Abajo district.
When we think of Thanksgiving, we can’t help but think of a grand holiday meal.
The story is legendary among cigar enthusiasts: In 1962, with the stroke of a pen, President John F. Kennedy signed a decree banning the import of all Cuban products to the United States.
During the final night gala at the Habanos Festival in Cuba each winter, an auction of serious collector humidors and cigars—think Romeo y Julieta cabinets stocked with more than 300 smokes—draws
Along with carts and clubs, a commonly encountered item on any golf course worth its greens fees is cigars. It seems most duffers cannot play their best game without one.
Even back in the days when he was producing La Gloria Cubana, Ernesto Perez-Carrillowas not known for creating mild cigars.
Cigar smokers have cause to be especially joyous this season, for not since the Great Cigar Boom of the 1990s has such an abundance of hand-rolled riches been laid before them.
Pepin Garcia and his family-owned My Father Cigars company in Estelí, Nicaragua, has garnered a well-deserved reputation for producing some of the finest cigars inside or outside
Given the ongoing presence of vampires in the media, plus a fascination with the zombie apocalypse, few cigars are more timely yet surrealistic than those by Paul Stulac, with the
Although the late William S.
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
The turn of the 20th century introduced monumental changes to the civilized world.