The man in the suit reached out his hand, a smile spreading across his face.
"Randolph Churchill," he said.
JFK, George Burns, Sir Winston Churchill, Jack Nicholson and Jeff Bridges led the way in Round One of the Cigar Aficionado cover challenge
Two legendary statesmen are squaring off in the final round of Cigar Aficionado’s 25th Anniversary Cover Challenge: Sir Winston Churchill and John F. Kennedy.
Winston Churchill had a legendary love of cigars and drinks. We asked two experts to examine his taste for the good life, and separate fact from fiction.
More than 100 people have appeared on the cover of Cigar Aficionado: movie and television stars, sports legends, famous people of all types. Winston Churchill stands apart.
We've moved into the third round of Cigar Aficionado’s 25th Anniversary Cover Challenge and only 16 elite covers remain.
And then there were four. Eight remarkable covers squared off in the last round of the Cigar Aficionado cover challenge, and the readers voted for their favorites, leaving only four remaining in …
Perched beneath the sprawling facade of Her Majesty’s Treasury building, a small entranceway leads visitors through a time portal to the epoch of the Second World War.
Boston-based RR Auction is currently accepting bids on a 24-count box of Trinidad Fundadores that was signed and presented as a gift by Fidel Castro in 2002.
According to Boston-based RR Auction, a four-inch stub of a cigar once smoked by Churchill during a trip to Paris in 1947 has sold for $12,262 at auction.
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