In the July/August 2016 Cigar Aficionado
Adam Rayner and the cast of "Tyrant" bring a story of power and betrayal alive in cable TV's most exciting show. August's Cigar Aficionado takes an in-depth look at the new FX series that’s been referred to as "an Arab version of The Godfather." Plus, we examine the latest trend in European golfers winning big on the PGA tour, explore the classic cars of Cuba and the revival of Downtown Las Vegas. We also rate 82 cigars across six sizes: Churchill, corona gorda, figurado, grande, petit corona and robusto. On newsstands now.
Up FrontEditors' Note
Obama Administration Overregulates Cigars
Out Of The Humidor
Good Life GuideDrink
The Gin & Tonic: simple yet complex.
Taking croquet seriously.
Gearing up to smoke outside.
Smartwatches get a higher education.
The new Camaro puts its top down.
The joys of private estates.
Hitting the speedway at $89 a lap.
Suitable alternatives for summer.
Grills that do more.
The Trials Of “Tyrant”Leading man Adam Rayner and the producers of “24” travel the world to put together an “Arab version of The Godfather.”
Europe RisingDanny Willett’s Masters win is only the latest in a trend that has golfers from the continent’s “tougher tour” making good here.
Viva Lost VegasAfter years of wearing at the heels, Downtown Las Vegas, the city’s old neighborhood, is being revived.
The Island Of Car ClassicsCar Talk’s Ray Magliozzi discovers that Havana’s many restored “yank tanks” are more than just rolling tourist draws.
The High End Of TruckingVehicles that are built for rugged use, but include all the creature comforts of luxury cars, are taking over the automobile market.
Dion GiolitoThe creator of the Illusione brand may be obsessed with shadowy conspiracies, but his success as a cigarmaker is no illusion.
Cigar Aficionado Hall Of Fame InductionsCigarmakers Lito Gomez, Jorge Padrón and Rocky Patel joined the Cigar Aficionado Hall of Fame as part of the Night to Remember.
The Humidors Of HavanaHidden away in the island’s capital are artisans who make humidors that rival its cigars.
Night To RememberThe annual, star-studded charity dinner founded by Cigar Aficionado editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken raised $1.8 million toward a cure for prostate cancer.
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