The Lack of Large-Sized Wrapper Leaves is Creating a Shortage of Big Cigars
Against all odds, Cigar Aficionado magazine launched in 1992 and triggered one of the most unexpected cultural phenomena of the '90s: the cigar renaissance
In celebration of my 50th birthday, my lovely wife, Jane, surprised me with a trip to Italy. While in Rome, on Saturday evening the night before Easter, Jane (my wife is no fool, …
America's greatest destination resorts balance the charms of the past with modern amenities
In a town known for over-the-top hotel rooms, arrival may not be measured in winning or losing, but where you stay
The Privileges of Membership
When you smoke cigars you never know who you might run into. As a landscape and wildlife photographer, I travel quite extensively to some of the most beautiful places on earth. …
Chef, actor, businessman, entrepreneur. Emeril Lagasse has done it all.
A decade ago scores of new cigar brands went on sale. Most are gone, but the few that remain have built a comfortable niche in the industry
A little more than two decades ago, Carlos "Carlito" Fuente Jr. planted 37 acres of Corojo seeds in the Dominican Republic with every intention of producing quality wrapper leaf. The fact that no one …
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