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Blogs : James Suckling

Cellaring Cigars

I saw this this morning over my coffee, and I thought I better chime in. The parameters for aging cigars is always slightly subjective, but I prefer...more

Posted: April 30, 2007   


Blogs : David Savona

Living Up to the Hype

I just lit a La Gloria Cubana Reserva Figurado Selectos de Lujo, one of my favorite cigars. It’s a seven-inch long perfecto made from fourth...more

Posted: April 25, 2007    By David Savona


Blogs : James Suckling

The Strength of Harmony

About a week ago I had a small dinner party at my house in Tuscany with Giacomo Neri of Casanova di Neri and Vicenzo Abbruzzese of Valdicava. These...more

Posted: April 25, 2007   


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Great Cigars I Have Smoked: A Lesson in Inconsistency

One of my first lessons in how cigars can be incredibly inconsistent came during the first few months after we had launched Cigar Aficionado. At the...more

Posted: April 24, 2007    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : Jack Bettridge

Sometimes You Get More Than You Pay For

Case in point: the promotional gift that just arrived on my desk with an invitation to a luncheon celebrating tourism in the state of Kentucky....more

Posted: April 23, 2007    By Jack Bettridge


Blogs : David Savona

Sitting Down With Tatuaje’s Pete Johnson

On the way home from work the other night I dropped in on Club Perfecto, my local cigar club. Pete Johnson was in town, and I wanted to talk to him...more

Posted: April 19, 2007    By David Savona


Blogs : Gordon Mott

How I Almost Did Not Survive My First Cigar Factory Visit

I was excited. It was spring of 1992, and Marvin Shanken and I headed off the Dominican Republic to tour the nation’s cigar factories. I had been...more

Posted: April 18, 2007    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : Jack Bettridge

Travelling Through Egypt

Day Two: In a Cairo Smoking Lounge Imagine an open air bar with tarps for ceilings (sort of like the ones they use for Connecticut shade tobacco)....more

Posted: April 17, 2007    By Jack Bettridge


Blogs : David Savona

Soggy Smokes

This weekend’s tireless rain left its mark on my house, specifically in my basement. The water poured in (“The S.S. Savona is sinking!” I...more

Posted: April 16, 2007    By David Savona


Blogs : Jack Bettridge

A Smoker On The Nile

Day One of my trip to Egypt to cruise the Nile, tour guide informs our group: ''You've probably noticed that people smoke everywhere here. We'll try...more

Posted: April 13, 2007    By Jack Bettridge


Blogs : Gordon Mott

The Cigar Bridge

"Cigars bridge all kinds of gaps, ideological, political…they promote harmony and a feeling of getting along.” Those words from Rush Limbaugh...more

Posted: April 13, 2007    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : David Savona

Chicago's Biggest Cigar Party

I’m back from Chicago, site of Cigar Aficionado’s latest Big Smoke, which was Tuesday night. I met quite a few happy cigar smokers, and who could...more

Posted: April 12, 2007    By David Savona


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