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Storm Knocks Out Power in Havana

The lights went out in Havana last night as Tropical Storm Paula swept across the island of Cuba, drenching the cigar city with heavy rains and wind...more

Posted: October 15, 2010    By David Savona


Cuban Regionals Hit Asia/Pacific Region

If you've ever wondered what a Cuban Juan Lopez would taste like in a pyramid shape, The Pacific Cigar Co., official distributor of Cuban cigars for...more

Posted: October 15, 2010    By Gregory Mottola


Habanos Recreates Antique Upmann Jar

Habanos S.A. the worldwide distributor of Cuban cigars, has gone nostalgic with it's newest, special-edition release: The H.Upmann Noellas glass...more

Posted: October 8, 2010    By Gregory Mottola


Storm South of Cuba Brews in Tropics

A tropical low positioned 300 miles southwest of Havana is considered likely to develop into a tropical storm and move in a track that would take it...more

Posted: September 28, 2010    By David Savona


Cuba to Eliminate 500,000 Jobs, Shift Some to Private Sector

The Cuban government plans to eliminate 500,000 jobs by April 1 of next year, according to an announcement from the Cuba Workers' Central, the...more

Posted: September 14, 2010    By Andrew Nagy


High-Priced Cohiba Behikes Reach Canada

Cuba's hot new cigar brand, the Cohiba Behike trio of fat, pigtailed smokes, are now on sale in Canada. The cigars officially went on sale on July 21...more

Posted: August 23, 2010    By David Savona


A Book of Bolivars

The tenth volume of the Habanos Collection has been released by Habanos S.A., the worldwide distributor of Cuban cigars, and the 2010 edition...more

Posted: August 17, 2010    By Gregory Mottola


Castro To Allow More Private Business

Cuban president Raúl Castro made headlines this week when he said more private businesses would be allowed to operate in the communist country and...more

Posted: August 4, 2010    By David Savona


Bill to Lift Cuba Travel Ban Passes Hurdle

The House Agriculture Committee recently approved a bill that would allow U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba and also loosen financial restrictions in...more

Posted: August 2, 2010    By Andrew Nagy


Cigar Insider Rates Cuba's Thickest Romeo

The new Romeo y Julieta Wide Churchill is the thickest Romeo y Julieta size in the Cuban cigar portfolio, and Cigar Insider has rated the hefty size...more

Posted: July 27, 2010    By Gregory Mottola


Tropical Storm Could Hit Cuba Or Florida

Courtesy NOAA/National Weather Service A tropical depression swirling in the warm waters of The Bahamas could make landfall in northern Cuba or...more

Posted: July 22, 2010    By David Savona


Tasting Report: Cuba's 2010 Edición Limitadas

The Cuban cigar industry releases a new batch of Edicíon Limitada cigars every year, typically in the cooler autumn months, but this year Habanos...more

Posted: July 20, 2010    By David Savona / Gregory Mottola

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