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One look is worth 1,000 words. As much as it is a cliché, it means even more in Cuba. Sometimes you just have to see it with your own eyes to really know about what's going on with tobacco. So, in …
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Marvin R. Shanken sits down with Alex Rodriguez, one of the most talented—and polarizing—baseball players to ever play the game.
Alejandro Robaina, the dean of Cuban tobacco men, and his grandson, Hiroshi, discuss the state of cigars in their homeland in a wide-ranging interview
The dean of Cuban tobacco men and his grandson, Hiroshi, discuss the state of cigars in their homeland in a wide-ranging interview.
Last September, Edward Sahakian, the owner of Davidoff of London, received an inquiry from a local accountant on behalf of his Hong Kong client for a large stock of Cuban Davidoff cigars, the No. 1 …
James Suckling with Emilia Tamayo at El Laguito. Probably the saddest news of the Habanos Cigar Festival was the retirement of Emilia Tamayo, the woman who had run the Cohiba factory since 1995. Many …
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