Have you tried Arturo Fuente's Don Carlos cigars yet?

Have you tried Arturo Fuente's Don Carlos cigars yet?

The Fuente family has been producing the Don Carlos line for almost 50 years, which means they were making them even before establishing the factory in the Dominican Republic. 
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Mixing Tobacco: Art or Science?

Mixing Tobacco: Art or Science?

Tobacco is not a singular plant. There are numerous varieties, each with its own characteristics, flavors, and aromas. Therefore, mixing tobacco is a laborious and delicate process that begins with the proper selection of leaves that make up the different parts of a cigar, but that's not all.


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What were the top three cigars of 2023?

What were the top three cigars of 2023?

As usual, the digital magazine Cigar Aficionado[1] published its annual ranking for that year at the end of December.
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Villiger in Nicaragua

Villiger in Nicaragua

The company Villiger Söhne AG has a long-standing relationship with Nicaragua that began by purchasing tobacco for cigars produced in Germany. Subsequently, it partnered with Joya de Nicaragua, the oldest manufacturer in the country, to produce some of its most recognized lines. Finally, two years ago, it opened its own factory in Estelí.
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Would you like to combine cigars and rum? Here are some suggestions.

Would you like to combine cigars and rum? Here are some suggestions.

Cigars and rum share a common history. Both are principal products for enjoyment imported from the Caribbean, Central, and South America. Additionally, they are carefully crafted artisanal products that have undergone complex aging and blending processes, requiring the expertise of master blenders who, in the case of premium cigars and rums, practice their own form of art.
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Have you tried the Cusano M1 Line yet?

Have you tried the Cusano M1 Line yet?

Cusano, the cigar brand that produces a variety of high-quality, value-priced cigars, was the brainchild of Michael Chiusano, a New Yorker born and raised in Brooklyn. The story is quite unique because, unlike most cigar makers, Chiusano did not come from that world. He worked in finance and was a fan of Cuban cigars. 


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Long and short filler cigars: what is the difference?

Long and short filler cigars: what is the difference?

Those who are new to the complex and wide world of cigars ask themselves many questions; one of the most frequent is: what is the difference between long-filler and short-filler cigars?
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The legendary White Owl cigars

The legendary White Owl cigars

White Owl cigars have a long history dating back to the late 19th century. It begins in 1887, when Ferdinand Cullman and his son, Joseph, began selling cigars in addition to their wine business in New York.


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