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In the March/April 2015
Cigar Aficionado

Hugh Jackman

Hugh Jackman can do it all. Play a superhero? Check. Sing? Check. Host the Oscars? Check. Jackman discusses his motivation and his love of a great cigar in the April issue of Cigar Aficionado. Plus, we look at what it would take to normalize relations with Cuba; speak with retired golfing legend Jack Nicklaus about his course designs; discover why businessmen are attracted to high-stakes poker. Also we interview sportscaster Joe Buck and crunch all the data from our previous year's cigar tastings. All this and more, ON NEWSSTANDS NOW!

Up Front
    Editors' Note : A Long Needed Change in Cuban Policy

    Letters : Out of the Humidor

Good Life Guide
    Electronics : A Bluetooth speaker in gramophone clothing.

    Drink : The surprising resurgence of Irish whiskey.

    Sport : The joys of aluminum baseball bats.

    Cigars : Taking the stress out of clean air.

    Time : Watches made with tobacco?

    Wheels : Acura TLX challenges the luxury market.

    Places : Marrakech: Landing in another world.

    Fun : Baseball scorekeeping is a skill for life.

    Style : Making fragrance part of your wardrobe.

    Gourmet : Savoring oysters the seminal way: fresh and raw.

Features
    Cover : Doing it all - Hugh Jackman is ready to tackle any role: from the cigar-chomping superhero Wolverine to Jean Valjean in Les Miserables to host of the Academy Awards.

    Golf : The Golden Bear's next step - Jack Nicklaus is pulling out his “branding iron” and designing courses that reflect his high standards, but are approachable for duffers.

    Gambling : Amateur High-Rollers - The advent of the $100,000-buy-in poker tournament is attracting businessmen with ambitions as big as their bankrolls—and some do OK.

    Politics : The Cuban evolution - After half a century, the historic beginning of normalization of relations with Cuba may be huge news, but expect change to come in increments. We look at what it means to cigar smokers.

    Cars : Caddy pushes back - Relegated to a second-tier luxury brand by foreign interlopers, Cadillac vies to regain its glory with a fleet of new entries.

    Watches : Time and again - The world of vintage watch sales is not only setting auction-house records, but is a viable avenue for average buyers and sellers.

Cigars
    Tasting : Tasting - We rate 82 cigars in six sizes: Churchills, corona gordas, figurados, panetelas, petit coronas and robustos plus Connoisseur’s Corner, our vintage cigar tasting.

    Profile : Joe Buck - The sportscaster who practically grew up in the broadcast booth has an economical style, but a big love for smoking cigars.

    Industry : Year in review - An in-depth analysis of a year’s worth of ratings in Cigar Aficionado and our newsletter, Cigar Insider, reveals top cigars and values.

  • CigarAficionado.com: Cigar Ratings—2014 By the Numbers

    Cuba Report : A retail survey - Our poll reveals that even without the recent rapprochement, the time would still be right to buy Cuban.

    Made For You : Made for you - Made-to-measure meets modern convenience; the art of the bow tie; the bag that charges your gear; an urbane rain slicker; the electric car with quite a jolt; and lavish leather pieces.

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