Cigars are a way of life. This is our blog about it.

New Year Celebration Hot Spots

The New Year is best welcomed in the company of family and friends—preferably with a cigar in hand. Your challenge may be deciding exactly where to celebrate. If you’re looking for a memorable place to usher in 2018, here are a few ideas. New Orleans – You can enjoy...

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Warm up with a Cigar this Winter

Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua produce the best reggae music and cigars. The countries are sun-drenched for most of the year, with beaches and blue seas as a familiar backdrop. If you want to feel cozier this winter, try smoking cigars from these countries...

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How to Properly Smoke a Cigar

Smoking a cigar is significantly different from smoking a cigarette. You inhale the smoke from a cigarette, but not from a cigar. Smoking a cigar is all about savoring the flavor of the smoke, which you allow to linger inside your mouth before you blow it out. Smoking...

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Black Friday Sales for Cigar Lovers

Black Friday is the biggest shopping day in the U.S. and is generally regarded as the holiday shopping kick-off date. In 2016, Black Friday generated a total of $655.8 billion in total sales. Sales surge on this auspicious day because of the huge discounts that...

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The World’s Most Prolific Tobacco Producers

Tobacco is grown in at least 124 countries in the world. Each year 7.5 million tons of tobacco leaves are harvested on almost 4.3 million hectares of land. The tobacco industry is an important contributor to the world’s economy, with many countries highly dependent on...

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Humidor Etiquette

A large humidor can store hundreds, even thousands, of prominent brands of cigars in many different varieties. This can make for a bewildering experience for first-time visitors. Browsing the massive inventory of world-class cigars and deciding what you want to smoke...

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These Countries Love Their Smokes

Many great people in history have smoked cigars, influencing current world leaders and influential figures to embrace the pastime. Cigar smoking has been an ingrained habit for monarchs, politicians, movie stars, and other famous people in society. Over a billion...

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Cigar-Themed Halloween Decor

Halloween is the contraction of All Hallows’ Eve or All Saints’ Day. A hallow is a person recognized for his or her exceptional degree of holiness or closeness to God. Halloween is observed on the eve of All Saints’ Day on October 31. Halloween evokes scary images....

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Apple-flavored Cigars and Tobacco

National Apple Month is celebrated in the U.S. every October. The month-long celebration promotes the importance of apples as a healthy fruit. It also focuses on the use of apples as ingredients or components in various products. The apple industry sponsors...

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Boss’s Day

Boss’s Day, or National Boss Day, is observed on October 16. It is traditional for workers to seize the day to express thanks and gratitude to their bosses. The observance was created to strengthen the relationship between the employer and the employees. During the...

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Here’s How Cigars Were Born

The origin of the tobacco plant can be traced to South America. The aborigines believed that tobacco was a miraculous medicine and made it an essential element in their religion, politics, and social ceremonies. Tobacco cultivation was the main feature of their...

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A Few Facts About Cuban Cigars

American travelers can now bring Cuban cigars into the U.S. There is no limit to the number of cigars that can be brought in as long as they are not intended for resale. However, if you want to purchase the cigars, be prepared to pay the corresponding taxes. Cuban...

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