“Game of Thrones” is back, and we took the liberty of pairing some of our favorite characters with a cigar that they would likely enjoy.
Some of the industry’s offbeat cigars have gained a serious cult following over the years in much the same way cult movies attract a small, yet passionate fan base.
When Ernesto Perez-Carrillo, owner of EPC Cigar Co., released the Encore cigar line last year, he had two or three rollers in his factory making Encores.
Cigar lovers who appreciate lanceros and tubos (as well as bargains) will be happy to hear that La Flor Dominicana is currently rolling out sampler packs of both formats across the United States.
On Saturday, more than 1,000 cigar lovers converged at Cigar Aficionado’s Big Smoke Florida for one, cigar-filled night at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
A grand Airstream; padlocks that open by fingerprint; a Cuban cookbook; smoky olive oil; duck carvings and wooden cases.
Cheeky neckties; an all-in-one audio hub in a box; a top-flight Tennessee whiskey tour; two new Leica choices; cuff links for real men; and a cherried out Hummer.
Editor Gregory Mottola tours Tabacalera de Garcia in the Dominican, where brands such as Romeo y Julieta, Montecristo and H. Upmann are rolled.
We have selected several standout smokes that have an American theme, making them perfectly suited for Independence Day.
Gregory Mottola visits Jochy Blanco's farm and factory, which produces brands like La Galera, Aging Room and La Matilde.
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