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Blogs : Gordon Mott

Nicaragua’s Cigar Genesis

Dr. Alejandro Martinez Cuenca pointed up at the pock-marked brick facade of the Joya de Nicaragua factory, outlined with mustard yellow pillars up to...more

Posted: January 30, 2014    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : Gordon Mott

The Padrón Lands

Jorge Padrón stood in the damp furrow between rows of tobacco planted just five weeks before. He fondled the velvety leaves, already nearly waist...more

Posted: January 22, 2014    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : Gregory Mottola

Equity in Ecuador's Cuban-Seed Wrapper

I still haven't cleaned the Ecuadoran soil off my boots. Something about that dusty patina on top of the black leather makes me think for a second or...more

Posted: January 14, 2014   


Blogs : David Savona

How Cold Is Too Cold?

I'm a bit of a weather junkie. I frequently check my weather apps on my iPhone, I'm guilty of turning on the weather on the television on a regular...more

Posted: January 6, 2014    By David Savona


Blogs : From The Lounge

Year's Worth of Cigar Tastings

It's usually around the holidays that I get a lot of questions about what I do as tasting coordinator, and what we do here at Cigar Aficionado when...more

Posted: December 20, 2013    By G. Clay Whittaker


Blogs : David Savona

A Throwback Cigar Dinner

It was the last day of a weeklong business trip. I had eaten red meat nearly every night, and smoked cigars each and every day. So what to do on that...more

Posted: November 15, 2013    By David Savona


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Killing Kennedy

If you were born as part of the post-World War II baby boom, you remember where you were on November 22, 1963. This year, the events of 50 years...more

Posted: November 8, 2013    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : Gordon Mott

My Little Red Corvette

The best moment came as my wife and I drove down the Taconic State Parkway on a fall Sunday afternoon. We came up over the crest of a hill with a...more

Posted: November 6, 2013    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : Andrew Nagy

You, Too, Can Homebrew

While many people know how beer is made and have great respect for the veteran brewmaster, most think the brewing process is too complicated to try...more

Posted: November 2, 2013   


Blogs : Jack Bettridge

Prime Pumpkin

When you think of a Churchill that requires a specialized environment to maintain its integrity and that will develop mold under the wrong...more

Posted: October 31, 2013    By Jack Bettridge


Blogs : Andrew Nagy

Oktoberfest with Quesada, Nat Sherman

Germany's Oktoberfest may have officially ended on October 6, but for one night last week inside the Nat Sherman Townhouse, the spirit of the sudsy...more

Posted: October 31, 2013   


Blogs : David Savona

Cigars and Weather

I stepped out my door this morning and was greeted by the dark cold. The air was chilly enough to make my breath visible-it looked like I was having...more

Posted: October 28, 2013    By David Savona


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