Cohiba Humidors – New look

Monique Brossert December 2, 2013
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NEW LOOK In the recent years, Cohiba had introduced a number of interesting humidors for its fans. One of the most exciting of them is Cohiba Ferrari humidor that it has brought in the market for the Ferrari lovers and Ferrari owners. This yellow humidor is sleek and car portable, very convenient for the people who doesn’t want their cigars and humidors to leave behind. There is another new humidor from Cohiba that has not only enhanced the look of the humidors, but also added an additional functionality to this new humidor. This special humidor is basically a joint venture between Frederique Constan... read more

Cuban Cigars in Mexico

Monique Brossert November 25, 2013
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CIGARS IN MEXICO Embargo of Cuban cigar import in USA have let citizens buy from neighbor countries. Mexico and Canada are the best locations out of USA from which it’s possible to buy and taste Cuban cigars. When you pass through the streets of Nuevo Progreso or Reynosa of Mexican border town, the chance of buying and smoking Cuban cigars is possible. Cuba always has some political issues with USA. Therefore, the possibility of getting Cuban cigars has been through Mexico. Mexican people have been lucky enough to experience all Cuban brands, and the market has been expanding in a positive note. Many... read more

What to expect from 2014 in Habanos Cigars?

Monique Brossert November 18, 2013
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HABANOS CIGARS Cuban cigars are always the most expensive yet most sought for goodies for the cigar lovers. In the recent years, the prices for Cuban cigars have had an interesting trend, many predictions for the next year releases have proven wrong due the change in the demand dynamics. In 2014, we can assume that there will be a similar trend in price as we can see in 2013. There are some confirmed new releases from Habanos for 2014. Although some of the new releases were supposed to be in the discontinued series, it seems like Habanos have changed their views about these cigars. It is expected the r... read more

Most Expensive Cigars

Monique Brossert November 13, 2013
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MOST EXPENSIVE Significance of having a good cigar is simply indescribable. Some says it’s the hallmark of showing your life stature no matter how you lead. Even then, smoking cigars of premium brands have something to cherish. Not all expensive cigars would offer pleasant taste as most of you think. There are certain criteria by which a cigar brand becomes exclusive and premium amongst cigar aficionados. It might sound out of the world but, most of the expensive cigars range from 35 to 200,000$. It’s insane when you count the money you have to spend for getting the taste of royal cigars on your ha... read more

Cuban Cigars vs Dominican Cigars

Monique Brossert October 28, 2013
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CUBAN VS DOMINICAN There are few vital aspects for which Cuban cigars are quite expensive than Dominican cigars. When a cigar aficionado looks for a premium cigar brand, it is obvious that he will search for Cuban cigar brands than non-Cuban brands. Many cigar experts say that, the real difference between an inexpensive and expensive cigar are roller salaries and raw materials cost. In spite of such true facts, one can’t deny the authenticity of Cuban cigars. Dominican cigars have been really impressive over the years, and the country has offered real fight against Cuba in terms of selling premium cig... read more

Habanos history

Monique Brossert October 21, 2013
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CUBAN CIGARS – HABANOS HISTORY It’s hard to comprise something within few words when you prefer talking about Habanos history. Havana has a rich culture in terms of producing cigars. This city itself has stated a great history and inspiring stature towards fellow countries to produce quality cigars. Cuban cigars can’t be completed if you omit the tag Habanos! However, habanos history of cigar production can’t be bounded with hundreds of years. It was South America from where the tobacco plant was initiated in Cuba. There is still confusion over the exact time or locations of bringing to Cuba... read more

J.D howard reserve

Monique Brossert July 17, 2013
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THE CROWNED HEADS J.D HOWARD RESERVE The king of cigar is back with a new bang. The crowned heads are launching their third line of cuban cigars this year. The new cigar is called the J.D Howard Reserve and will be ready for the IPCPR convention and Trade show this July. J.D Howard and the Crowned Heads: J.D Howard’s real name is Jesse James. James, who after a number of bank robberies, started a new life after getting married in Nashville, used this fake name for himself. Now, Nashville, Tennessee, is the headquarters of Crowned Heads. Jon Huber from the crowned heads made a plan to launch this new... read more

Namakubi Ecuador

Monique Brossert July 2, 2013
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ROOM 101 HITS THE MARKET WITH ITS NAMAKUBI ECUADOR The room 101 cigars strike the market with their new masterpiece the Namakubi Ecuador. The room 101 cigars are made by Camacho. The president of room 101, matt has a vast business ranging from jewelry, accessories, and wallet chains and vice versa. The best in all are the cigars which started when Matt decided to merge with Camacho. With their beautiful aroma and excellent smoke time with the perfect blend of flavors, the room 101 cigars are said to be a competitive threat for the Cuban cigars, which are considered as the best cigars until now. Room 10... read more

Limited Emilio Cigars Sampler Pack

Monique Brossert June 27, 2013
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RIVERSIDE CIGARS OFFERS LIMITED EMILIO CIGARS SAMPLER PACK, FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF ITS USERS On February 8, 2013, Riverside Cigars in Jeffersonville, Indiana declares restrained amounts of an Emilio Cigars sampler pack comprising of 4 restricted release and difficult-to-find stogies. The four (4) vitolas ready in this Emilio Cigars Sampler Pack incorporated: Emilio Draig K Corona, Emilio AF1 Corona, Emilio AF2 Oscuro Toro, and Emilio AF Suave Toro (Berkland, 2013). At the beginning of the first half, a large part of the characters that escapes are the aforementioned influential flavor shots everywhere o... read more

Cigar vocabulary

Monique Brossert June 19, 2013
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DON’T UNDERSTAND CIGAR VOCABULARY? YOU ARE AT THE RIGHT PLACE! Every special accessory or item has its own terminologies and people praise them in their own style. At times, the traditional terms associated to a special commodity have some historic background. The cigars do have a strong history. The term cigar came from a Mayan word ‘sikar’ meaning smoking. In Spanish, it turned as ‘cigarro’ meaning grasshopper or rolled sikar (tobacco). The other names of cigars are Havana, Habano, Vitole, Puro, Stogie and Jules. It has been written as ‘segar’ in the early 19th century. If you are confu... read more