Stefano Ricci: The Newest Destination in Miami’s Design District
The Florentine luxury house debuts new designs . . . not to mention its first special edition cigar.
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Sip This, Smoke That
Pair the perfect cigar with premier whiskies, Cognac, and even gin…
The FDA Now Regulates Cigars—Is This the End of an Era?
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The cigar-making legend lives on through the incredible cigars his company produces…
Five Dominican Republic Cigars You Should Be Smoking
Until Cuban cigars are legal, cigars from the Dominican Republic may be your best bet…
The Mild Bunch
Arturo Fuente Casa Cuba Carlos Fuente Sr.’s son, Carlito, has blended many of the Arturo Fuente company’s recent offerings, but the Casa Cuba is a cigar that represents his father’s blending expertise. It features an Ecuadoran wrapper and Dominican binder and filler tobaccos that were grown from Cuban seeds. The cigar’s gingerbread, nutmeg, and cinnamon […]
Thin Is In
L’atelier Lat Lancero Pete Johnson’s L’Atelier is among a handful of brands that are resurrecting the graceful and thin lancero, a popular cigar shape from decades past. L’Atelier’s example is traditional in size (7½ × 38) […]
Masters of Modern Luxury: Carlos Fuente Jr.
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 Cia. Under the direction of Carlos Jr. (who prefers to be called Carlito), the business produces 30 million cigars a […]