Best known for creating Ashton, Robert Levin is a 30-year veteran of the cigar business.
Posted: July 31, 2003 By David Savona
The Son of Montecristo Peripatetic Benjamin Menendez has left his imprint on nearly every cigar-making country
Posted: April 1, 2002 By David Savona
Nick Perdomo Jr. will make more than 10 million cigars this year—and he's not afraid to tell you how good they are.
Posted: December 1, 2001 By David Savona
Angel Daniel Nuñez controls General Cigar's brand portfolio, from leaf to box
Posted: October 1, 2001 By David Savona
You might not know José Seijas, but you probably smoke his cigars.
Posted: June 1, 2001 By David Savona
Fires, hurricanes and legal battles haven't dampened the Fuente family's passion for making cigars
Posted: December 1, 2000 By David Savona
Owners, La Flor Dominicana
Posted: February 1, 2000 By Gordon Mott
Pedro Martín, the founder and owner of Tropical Tobacco.
Posted: April 1, 1999 By Gordon Mott
A discussion with the president of Villazon & Co., makers of Hoyo de Monterrey and Punch.
Posted: February 1, 1999 By Gordon Mott
For the Perez family of Miami's A.S.P. Enterprises Inc., tobacco growing is more than just a career—it's in the genes.
Posted: December 1, 1998 By Michael Kaplan
Carlos Fuente Jr. has become one of the most recognizable people in the cigar business. While at the helm of Tabacalera A. Fuente y Cia., he has seen the company rise to one of the preeminent positions in the industry.
Posted: December 1, 1998 By Marvin R. Shanken
Chairman, Piloto Cigars Inc.
Posted: October 1, 1998 By Marvin R. Shanken