H. L. Mencken, a cigar always in hand, was the most influential commentator of his time.
Published August/September 2000 In Yacht Pursuit Long a staple for wealthy bachelors, mid-sized yachts have become family friendly By Edward Kiersh A woodworker is sitting in a shipyard, muttering …
"A corpadito for me and my friend," says Ernesto Carillo as he strolls up to the Cafeteria San José with a chunky, pyramid-shaped cigar dangling from his mouth. In between large puffs of blue tinted …
Long a staple for wealthy bachelors, mid-sized yachts have become family friendly
Crippled by a 1988 Hurricane, Jamaica's Cigar Industry is Bringing Back the Taste of Days Gone
Ernesto Lopez, the manager of the Partagas factory in Havana, gazed across the smoke-filled ballroom of the Meliá Cohiba hotel and grinned contentedly. The room was filled with 300 cigar aficionados …
The gold rush days of the cigar boom are gone, and so are most of the quick-buck artists who flocked to the Dominican Republic
Can you still smoke a cigar in New York City?
The Queen Mary 2 harks back to the golden age of liner travel when elegance, luxury and glamour were the only way to cross the ocean
The dynamic representatives of the venerable brand spread the gospel of La Gloria Cubana.
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