In the Mar/Apr 2007 Cigar Aficionado


Sopranos

Pick up your latest issue of Cigar Aficionado featuring an in-depth look into "The Sopranos'" upcoming final chapter. Also, fire up a Flor del Punto from the early 60s, travel to Nicaragua with James Suckling and David Savona, go inside the P.G.A.'s FedEx Cup and read ratings and notes on 78 cigars. That and much, much more, on newsstands now.


Up Front

Editors' Note
Simple Pleasures

Letters
Out of the Humidor

Good Life Guide

Electronics
VR3 Wireless Back-up Camera

Drink
Irish Coffee

Sport
Fearless 28

Cigars
Andre Garcia Cigar Cases

Time
Panerai Radiomir 1936

Wheels
Audi Q7

Places
Four Seasons Punta Mita, Nayarit, Mexico

Fun
Customize Your Dream

Style
Wellies

Gourmet
Spring Lamb

Features

Cover
The Sopranos: The Final Season
After more than eight years and six seasons, the saga of the New Jersey crime family will come to a close after nine more episodes.
Golf
The New PGA
Pro golf unveils the FedExCup, a format that will crown a Tour champion with a four-tournament playoff
Gambling
Horse Power
Thoroughbred racing reigns supreme in Hong Kong, a city that worships the sport both on and off the track
Sports
Fans Behaving Badly
Misbehavior and violent incidents are nothing new at sporting events, but what is it that turns a fan into a fanatic, and where does it stop?
Cars
The Cars that Dreams Are Made Of
Why do specialty automakers keep diving into a high-stakes, low-production market? To save the world, beat the racing field or something in between?
Tech
Tick Tock Tech
Ready for a new twist on the wrist? These smart watches offer much more than just another pretty face.
Watches
The Art of the Tourbillion
The king of horological complications ticks with the ingenuity of two centuries' worth of top watch technology. But what exactly is it?
Drink
A Tale of Two Counties
For wine and food lovers, California's Napa Valley and Sonoma County offer distinctive experiences

Cigars

Cuba Report
Smoking in Nicaragua
This Central American nation just keeps making better and better cigars
Q&A
An Interview with Alejandro Martinez Cuenca
Cigar Aficionado sits down with the owner of Nicaragua's oldest cigar brand, Joya de Nicaragua.


Ratings & Reviews

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