One of the cigar world’s more intriguing shapes is coming back.
Punch is celebrating this milestone with a large cigar called Punch Aniversario.
The gavel went down July 26 on lot No. 292.
The year 2010 was apparently an exceptional one for growing wrapper in Connecticut.
The sixth edition of Spain’s Sevilla Series.
Your chance to buy a holy grail “unicorn” cigar is coming next week.
Cities and towns around Cuba on Sunday broke out into public demonstrations against the government.
Celebrate Italy's Euro Cup victory with this new Italian humidor filled with aged, Regional Edition Cuban cigars.
The Castro era has come to an end in Cuba.
Cuba is significantly expanding its private sector in an attempt to revive its Covid-stricken economy.
Facing a rising number of Covid-19 cases, Cuban authorities announced this week that they will limit flights from the United States and several other nations.
The dual currency system is ending on January 1, phasing out the Cuban Convertible Pesos (known as CUCs) wielded by travelers and establishing the Cuban peso as the only legal …
A Washington D.C. Court of Appeals has delivered a blow to the cigar industry.
The cigar bill is back—again.
Newman is asking the U.S. to rethink its position on importing Cuban tobacco leaf.
The Great Lake State is one step closer to making its tobacco tax cap permanent.
California’s state tobacco tax will increase by 11.5 percent on the first of July.
If you’re one to smoke a flavored cigar, your days of enjoying a smoke like this might be numbered.
The show will take place in Los Cabos, Mexico from March 20 through March 24.
The seminars sold out on Wednesday, June 10.
Fourteen prominent handmade cigar companies pledged their support for the PCA in a joint statement.