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Blogs : James Suckling

Back In Havana

I am spending Sunday afternoon in Havana with a San Cristobal de La Habana El Morro. The Churchill-sized smoke is delivering very balanced tea and...more

Posted: October 13, 2008   


Blogs : James Suckling

Blue Smoke to Fight the Blues

As I write this, I am smoking a cigar sitting on the terrace of the Raleigh Hotel in Miami and contemplating life. Yes, you can still smoke in some...more

Posted: October 10, 2008   


Blogs : David Savona

Smoking a New Oliva

Oliva Cigar Co. has been making cigars since 1995, but it really popped up on my radar screen three years ago when I noticed their value-priced...more

Posted: October 8, 2008    By David Savona


Blogs : Jack Bettridge

Pairing Scotch With Dinner

A seven-course meal is elegant. A different wine with every course would be a luxury. But pairing each dish with a single-malt Scotch, well that’s...more

Posted: October 6, 2008    By Jack Bettridge


Blogs : David Savona

A New Way of Lighting

I thought I had witnessed just about every way you can light a cigar—matches, lighters, cedar spills, candles (bad), gas stovetops (effective in a...more

Posted: September 29, 2008    By David Savona


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Remembering the Good Old Days

Last night, I had the honor and pleasure of attending the 20th anniversary celebration for Food Arts magazine, another publication in the M. Shanken...more

Posted: September 23, 2008    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : David Savona

Left Behind

So I get the chance to play this great golf course the other day: Quaker Ridge in Scarsdale, New York. One of America’s greatest tracks, according...more

Posted: September 16, 2008    By David Savona


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Don’t Jinx Myself

I’ve been holding off writing this blog, partly because I don’t want to jinx myself. But Dave has been putting pressure on us to submit some...more

Posted: September 12, 2008    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : James Suckling

A Green Cigar Fit For A Prince

If we were smoking cigars 50 years ago in the United States, we were most likely lighting up green ones. Yes, those disgusting looking light,...more

Posted: September 10, 2008   


Blogs : David Savona

Sharing a Smoke With Charlie Toraño

Charlie Toraño came by the office today. Charlie is the president of Toraño Cigars, and his family is one of the leading families of cigars and...more

Posted: September 4, 2008    By David Savona


Blogs : Gordon Mott

My Favorite Smokes

I was reminded again this Labor Day weekend what makes a cigar special. When you smoke for a living, as we do here at Cigar Aficionado , it’s safe...more

Posted: September 2, 2008    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : Jack Bettridge

A Cigar Encounter of a Third Kind

Most of my interaction involving cigars goes in one of two possible directions: I encounter people who either love and want to have a smoke or people...more

Posted: August 28, 2008    By Jack Bettridge


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