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In the January/February 2015
Cigar Aficionado

Liam Neeson

Actor Liam Neeson is the thinking man's movie star, having taken on roles and personas that range from the serious to the action hero. The February issue of Cigar Aficionado tells the story of Neeson’s career and his thoughts on acting. Plus, an exclusive interview with former mafia scion John Gotti Jr.; the resurgence of Nat Sherman cigars; and a comparison of thriving Las Vegas to waning Atlantic City. All this and more, ON NEWSSTANDS NOW!

Up Front
    Editors' Note : Saying No to the Smoke Police

    Letters : Out of the Humidor

Good Life Guide
    Electronics : Light bulbs go green—and 16 million other colors.

    Drink : The Canadians are coming! Whisky, that is.

    Sport : A bike that lets you pedal on water.

    Cigars : An ashtray built for meditation.

    Time : Dive watches go deep with style.

    Wheels : Lincoln takes a stand with its MKC crossover.

    Places : Step off the crazy train at Hawaii’s Montage.

    Fun : Back into backgammon—with a cigar-smoking motif.

    Style : Flannel: Not just for lumberjacks anymore.

    Gourmet : Steak knives: From Strip House to your house.

    Profile : Being Gotti Jr. - John Gotti Jr. is your average suburban guy. He goes to his kid’s football games, enjoys an occasional Macanudo and wishes the FBI would get off his back.

    Cigars : Top 25 - The smoke has cleared and the scores are in. Time to announce Cigar Aficionado’s Top 25 Cigars of the Year. The winner is…

    Cover : Thinking Man's Hero - Liam Neeson’s break-out role came as the Holocaust savior in Schindler’s List. Now he brings depth of character to action heroes.

    Golf : Take Your Best Shot - Driving for show or putting for dough, the swings that stand out are the winning shots that define the greatest players.

    Gambling : Two Cities, Opposite Fortunes - How Las Vegas was able to turn a bad hand around during the economic downturn, while Atlantic City became a boardwalk quagmire.

    Tasting : 75 Cigars - We rate 75 cigars in six sizes: Churchills, corona gordas, double coronas, figurados, miscellaneous and robustos plus Connoisseur’s Corner, our vintage cigar tasting.

    Industry : Turnaround at Nat Sherman - The revered New York City cigar store has revived the 85-year-old brand with emergent blends and a polished image.

    Cuba Report : The New Tobacco Ambassador - Succeeding his grandfather Alejandro at the reins of Vuelta Abajo’s Cuchillas de Barbacoa, Hirochi Robaina is launching a non-Cuban cigar.

    Made For You : Made For You - A hideaway wine cabinet; the art of rock’n’roll (album covers, that is); a techy version of custom shoes; charts for the map lover; cuff links for the secret agent; and a knife designed for bartenders.


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