Nicaragua's cigarmakers craft their smokes while keeping one way eye on the country's new president
These friends of Cigar Aficionado were there at the beginning in 1992, and they are still working with cigars today.
Cigar shops are among the few places that a cigar smoker can call home
Cigar aficionados are turning basements, attics and far grander spaces into cigar lounges all their own
What happens when Michael Jordan, Rush Limbaugh and a spirits industry billionaire all want the same priceless cigar humidor? A bidding war that ends with a record amount of money raised for prostate …
There was never a doubt that Nestor Andrés Plasencia would grow cigar tobacco. The fifth-generation tobacco man—known to many in the cigar world as Nestor Jr.—graduated from agricultural school in …
The heirs of two tobacco legends carry on the proud tradition
It is sometimes wonderful when things don't go as planned. That's been the case in London, where faceless legislators imposed a nationwide smoking ban in public places in 2008. The new law had an …
The cigar industry owes much of its creativity and longevity to the unique partnerships between father-and-son cigarmakers
The Orvis Fly Fishing School Baptizes a Novice in the Intricacies of Casting Lures and Catching Fish
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