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These friends of Cigar Aficionado were there at the beginning in 1992, and they are still working with cigars today.
Published September/October 1999 Life's Fine Points The World's finest pen makers are crafting works of art that fit in the palm of your …
More than just a pretty face, great cigar boxes offer an extension of the cigarmaker's art
Part steakhouse and part full-service cigar lounge, El Gaucho is located adjacent to the historic Benson Hotel in Portland, Oregon.
Smoking is one of the great pleasures of life. Some people may have doubts about it, but one only needs to put a cigar in his mouth to be …
Lectors have been reading to workers in Cuban cigar factories since the 1860s. The tradition continues today.
Decked Out in Diamonds or Steeped in History, a New Line of Fountain Pens Are Leaving a Distinct Mark
Reprinted from the December 2006 issue of Cigar Aficionado magazine Molds give cigars their round shape. Today, wooden molds are being …
Now among the hottest of cigar brands, Nashville's C.A.O. began life as a pipe maker
Americans love the rich flavor of Brazilian tobacco, but will they ever acquire a taste for cigars that are made in Brazil?
A small company in Pennsylvania plays a major role in the cigar-making process
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
Twenty-five-year-old Carmelo Anthony has an impressive résumé on and off the basketball court.
Operatic supertenor Luciano Pavarotti enjoys a fine cigar.
The last time you were at your local cigar lounge, you may have noticed that all the previously unmarked ashtrays now say Diamond Crown. Or …