If you’re like many cigar smokers, chances are you’ve purchased cigars from an online retailer at some point, without having to pay sales tax. Those days could soon be over. The U.S. …
The OneOff brand from Illusione Cigars is now reaching cigar shops across the country.
Royal Agio Cigars, known for its machine-made Panter cigars and its premium Balmoral lines, is expanding its Balmoral portfolio with two new offshoots: Añejo XO Connecticut and Añejo XO …
Davidoff has resurrected its Diademas Finas Limited Edition in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
An extraordinarily wet and humid May has damaged Cuba’s premium tobacco crop, nearly all of which was curing in barns.
Prince of Smoke, a documentary by Matthew Gelb, follows Hirochi Robaina during the first weeks of harvest at the Robaina Farm.
Raúl Castro formally stepped aside as president of Cuba today.
A look at some of the highlights of Cuba’s Festival del Habano XX.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided today to grant states the authority to require online retailers to collect sales tax, overturning two decades of precedent and giving brick-and-mortar cigar …
The cigar industry has filed a motion asking a Washington D.C. court to stop the enforcement of the new FDA warning labels, or at the very least, delay their effective date.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is extending the public commenting period pertaining to the regulation of the premium cigar industry by 30 days.
Nat Sherman International, which was acquired last year by tobacco giant Altria Group Inc., has announced that it is restructuring its portfolio of premium cigar brands.
Cigar factories in Nicaragua are operating once again, as the country’s nationwide, 24-hour labor strike staged last week has ended.
Tabacalera USA has appointed Luis Miguel Torres as the new head of Casa De Montecristo Inc., a subdivision of the company in charge of operating its branded retail stores and lounges.