On Monday, at 10 a.m., we will begin our countdown to the No. 1 cigar of 2017 right here at CigarAficionado.com.
Cuba’s first Edición Limitada of 2017, the Cohiba Talismán, made its debut today in London.
The size is named for Winston Churchill, but the timing of its origin is disputed.
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 Oscuro.
Micallef is debuting a new and stronger line called Micallef Grande Bold.
New Romeo y Julieta, Cohiba Reserva, Partagás Maduro, Hoyo de Monterrey extension and special Edición Limitadas headline this year’s Cuban line-up
Some of the most epic acts in golf have been played on the grand stage of the final round.
The OneOff brand from Illusione Cigars is now reaching cigar shops across the country.
Cigar sales—both handmade and machine-made—were down in 2017 at Scandinavian Tobacco Group, the parent of General Cigar Co., maker of Macanudo, La Gloria Cubana and a host of other cigars.
Cohiba Majestuoso 1966 humidors have begun reaching markets around the world—and they’re not cheap.
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