The Festival del Habano showcased some great new cigars and lots of revelry as usual
Posted: May 1, 2005 By James Suckling
The new U.S. travel restrictions are adversely affecting the Cuban economy. But the cigars are getting better.
Posted: February 1, 2005 By James Suckling
The country's top-selling brand isn't always its best
Posted: October 1, 2004 By James Suckling
Emilia Tamayo, the Cohiba factory manager, steps down as a flood of new cigars hits the market
Posted: June 1, 2004 By James Suckling
Cuba will continue to produce new sizes and limited-production cigars and humidors this year, including a new vitola for Montecristo as well as a...more
Posted: February 11, 2004
Cubans tighten customs regulations for cigars
Posted: February 1, 2004 By James Suckling
The Dominican Dilemma A dearth of quality tobacco may limit the future for the island's cigars
Posted: December 1, 2003 By James Suckling
The death of Compay Segundo at 95 is a loss for the worlds of music and cigars.
Posted: October 1, 2003 By James Suckling
Some people may believe that it's too much of a good thing with this year's releases from Havana of limited-edition cigars and humidors. Coupled with...more
Posted: August 1, 2003 By James Suckling
Habanos S.A., Cuba's global cigar distribution company, struggles to keep fake cigars off the market, both in Cuba and around the world
Posted: June 1, 2003 By James Suckling
The world's most storied cigar producer is creating modern manufacturing sites for its premium hand-rolled products.
Posted: April 1, 2003 By James Suckling
New sizes and ideas add life to a prestigious Cuban brand.
Posted: February 1, 2003 By James Suckling