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Espinosa Expanding with Habano, Maduro Lines

Erik Espinosa has been in the cigar business since 1997, but it was only recently that he set out on his own and debuted a cigar bearing his name...more

Posted: April 10, 2013    By David Savona


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EXCLUSIVE: Davidoff Releasing First Nicaraguan Puro

The project has been under wraps for over a year, but now Davidoff of Geneva is ready to talk about its new, upcoming brand-Davidoff Nicaragua. In...more

Posted: April 9, 2013    By Gregory Mottola


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Florida Parks, Beaches Smoke Ban Bill Dead

A bill in Florida that would have allowed Sarasota County and other local governments to pass their own smoking bans for public spaces like parks and...more

Posted: April 8, 2013    By Andrew Nagy


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Exclusive Smokes for TAA Members

The Tobacconists Association of America begins meeting this weekend for its annual convention, and there will be three new cigars offered strictly...more

Posted: April 5, 2013    By G. Clay Whittaker


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Jay-Z Stays Classy with Cigars, Whiskey on Next Tour

Former Cigar Aficionado cover subject Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter built his music empire with a cigar in hand, so it seems only natural that he’s...more

Posted: April 3, 2013    By Andrew Nagy


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Smoke Causes Headaches At Casa Fuente

One of the world's most famous cigar bars is fighting to stay smoky. Casa Fuente, the Las Vegas showcase for the many cigar brands made by Tabacalera...more

Posted: April 2, 2013    By David Savona


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Digital Clutter-Killers

Clear off your dusty shelves and make a host of old-school media compact and accessible by converting them into convenient digital files

Posted: April 1, 2013    By Steve Morgenstern


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The Best In Luxury Cars 2013

With smaller, lighter, faster, greener and more techy entries, car makers continue to widen the road for what is considered high-line driving

Posted: April 1, 2013    By Paul A. Eisenstein


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Twenty for Twenty

The 20 Greatest Acts of Sport Since 1992

Posted: April 1, 2013    By Ken Shouler


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Back in Business: Sam Leccia Returns

Sam Leccia, who was the original face of the NUb and Cain cigar brands, has returned to the cigar industry. Leccia told Cigar Aficionado today that...more

Posted: April 1, 2013    By David Savona


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My Father’s El Centurion Returns

Quick cigar test—do you remember El Centurion? The smoke came on the market in 2007, but it didn’t stick around very long. The first...more

Posted: March 29, 2013    By David Savona


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Cohiba vs. Cohiba—General Wins Another Round

General Cigar Co. has just won another battle in the contentious trademark war over the Cohiba brand. After a nearly 16 year legal feud, the...more

Posted: March 28, 2013    By Gregory Mottola


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