Moving to Miami
The historic home of the U.S. cigar industry is a new hot spot for creative cigarmakers
From the Print Edition:
Jeff Bridges, July/August 2013
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A mystique indeed. But also something simple—the cigars are made well and with distinction. It’s a city where displaced artisans are anxious to show their skill and passion. Fernández, when assessing his cigars and his rollers, puts it plainly: “Being in Miami is the closest thing you can get to rolling in Cuba. Each cigar is rolled in Cuba’s image.”
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