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The cigar's wrapper has an opulent dark brown color; its texture is silky and flawless. A large band, slightly yellowing and oily like the surface of an old painting, encircles it with the name …
Editor's note: Since the publication of our Summer 1996 issue, many readers have written to us in response to an Out of the Humidor letter written by Jim Gordon of Morris Plains, New Jersey. In his …
Congratulations! It was indeed a wonderful experience to read your premier issue. For a Cuban with nearly 45 years of puffing Habanos, it was like reading hieroglyphics in a newly …
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Marvin R. Shanken travels to Havana for an extensive interview with Fidel Castro.
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