In the Nov/Dec 2007 Cigar Aficionado

Tom Selleck

Pick up your latest issue of Cigar Aficionado, featuring an interview with Tom Selleck. Also, a trio of 96-point Havanas from the '90s, the excitement around Jose "Pepin" Garcia, on-location smoking with Josh Bernstein, and ratings and notes on 79 cigars. That and much, much more, on newsstands now.

Up Front

Out of the Humidor

Good Life Guide


Moët & Chandon Vintage 2000

Atomic Nomad Skis

New Cigars

De Grisogono Instrumento Novantatre

Maserati GranTurismo

Ritz-Carltons of Naples, Florida

Suzuki LT-R450 Special Edition ATV

Crocodile Loafers

Holiday Goose


Flynn's Last Fling
As a freelance correspondent for Hearst, Errol Flynn interviewed Fidel Castro extensively on the eve of the Cuban revolution in December 1958 and was with the rebel leader after his triumphant entry into Havana the following week.
Magnum Opus
In "Las Vegas" and the Jesse Stone series, Tom Selleck reminds us why he is one of America's best-loved actors.
A New Caribbean Golf Kingdom
The Dominican Republic's eastern shore is taking shape as a world-class golf and resort destination
Golf With Marvin
More Confessions of a Weekend Golfer: Year in Review
Sadly, I was not the shotmaker as often as I would have liked in 2007. That being said, 2007 was a defining year for me. To date this year, I have played more than 75 rounds at more than 30 different golf courses, including seven of the top 10 courses.
Rolling the Dice in Paradise
High-stakes backgammon players flock to Monte Carlo to pit themselves against the competition and soak in the opulence
The World's Best New Hotels & Resorts
The world population has never been wealthier and demand for luxury goods, services and accommodations is at an unprecedented high. Whether today's affluent travelers are traversing the globe on business or vacation, they are demanding the finest places at which to stay, from rustic escapes to modern urban hotels.
Zoning In
It's called The Zone—an elevated state of consciousness and focus where athletes perform beyond normal levels. But is it real?
Dynamic Diesels
Driven by economic and environmental concerns, diesel-engine cars are gaining traction in Europe. Will the mania for compression ignition make a comeback in America?
Pixel This!
The confident shopper's guide to digital cameras
Power Watches
Today, wearing the right watch signifies to your friends, colleagues and even your adversaries that you are on top of things. The power watch is formal, yet sporting and active, and is loaded with a certain substance and style that exudes confidence in any setting. Most of all, its appearance demands attention.
Decked-Out Jets
From sitting rooms to karaoke lounges to movie theaters, clients are customizing private planes to their exacting standards


The Two Worlds Of Josh Bernstein
The globe-trotter who hosted The History Channel's "Digging for the Truth" and now stars in a new series for the Discovery Channel is as comfortable in modern culture as he is among primitive societies. And he finds room to smoke in both.
Cuba Report
The Robusto Generation
Once the province of Cuban-cigar connoisseurs, the short, stout smoke is one of today's most popular sizes
The Next Big Thing in Cigars, Pepin
A star roller from Cuba, now in Miami, José "Pepin" Garcia is making some of the world's finest cigars.
The Cigar Quote Primer
Some of the most celebrated sayings about cigars have a long, colorful and sometimes surprising history

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