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Blogs : David Savona

Going to RTDA—I Mean, IPCPR

Cigar cutter? Check. Notebooks? Check. Flip video camera? Check. In a few hours I’m flying out to Las Vegas for the annual IPCPR trade show (I...more

Posted: July 13, 2008    By David Savona


Blogs : James Suckling

Toys for Boys

I was in Switzerland last week for a few days visiting various watch factories including Vacheron Constantin, Piaget, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Panerai, and...more

Posted: July 11, 2008   


Blogs : Jack Bettridge

Saved By The Cigar

Here’s a novel form of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Apparently, when Pablo Picasso was born in 1881, he wasn’t breathing and the midwife gave...more

Posted: July 8, 2008    By Jack Bettridge


Blogs : David Savona

Happy Fourth

The office is closing early, so I’m packing up some cigars and getting ready to head home. Tomorrow is one of my favorite holidays, Independence...more

Posted: July 3, 2008    By David Savona


Blogs : Jack Bettridge

Cigars, Economics and Cardiology

The irony of my job at Cigar Aficionado and my participation on its tasting panel is that I don’t often buy cigars. I don’t have to. About the...more

Posted: July 1, 2008    By Jack Bettridge


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Charlie Sifford’s Cigar

I attended a banquet this week of the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association. There were a number of honorees, including Judy Rankin and Gary Player,...more

Posted: June 26, 2008    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : James Suckling

The Danger of Smoking Cigars

I had a nasty run-in with a Juan Lopez Selección No. 1 the other night! It was after a serious wine tasting dinner at my house with Bibi Gratez, the...more

Posted: June 25, 2008   


Blogs : David Savona

The Ultimate Personal Humidor?

I’m jealous. I recently visited what has to be the ultimate home humidor. Recently I flew to Nashville, Tennessee, to meet with the principals of...more

Posted: June 24, 2008    By David Savona


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Almost Nirvana

While Dave Savona was in danger of getting blown off the beach on Saturday night, I was sitting in my dry, warm den eating burgers and potato salad,...more

Posted: June 18, 2008    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : David Savona

Caught in a Storm

I zipped up the flap on my tent, put my left arm over my young son and covered him up as best I could. The orange tent glowed from the lightning...more

Posted: June 17, 2008    By David Savona


Blogs : James Suckling

A Saturday Morning Tradition in Havana

I passed through Havana over the weekend on the way back to Europe, and I thought I was looking pretty rough after a few days in Hollywood with...more

Posted: June 16, 2008   


Blogs : David Savona

I Love the Smell of Ligero in the Morning

I usually start my day with a cup of black coffee. But I recently tried a much more potent pick me up—a trio of cigars made of straight ligero,...more

Posted: June 13, 2008    By David Savona


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