The cigar showman in his mimbre hat and Brioni suit, Avo Uvezian is as recognizable as the cigar that bears his name
They dangled from watch-chains that stretched across the ample vests of prosperous gentlemen in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; they snuggled in the pockets of average Joes. They …
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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 …
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