Partagas Heritage is a new cigar made with a special blend that was developed over ten years ago. This new Heritage could now be the best cigar in General Cigar’s Partagas line… Read more
Our contributing writer Dr. Mitch Fadem went looking for a reasonably priced single malt whiskey to accompany his premium cigars. Instead of Scotch, he took a chance on a single malt Irish whiskey and hit pay dirt… Read more
The blend of Partagas Heritage delivers spicy notes, derived from Honduran Jamastran leaves, and the same Dominican Piloto Cubano and Mexican San Andres tobaccos that comprise Partagas 160… Read more
Get two cigar events for the price of one! On April 7, start off at Mike’s Smoke Out cigar event and finish up at Cigar Aficionado’s Big Smoke in Miami. For the price of a ticket to the Big Smoke, the Smoke Out event is free and also includes a free ride to the Fountainebleau… Read more
The CAO America cigar was introduced back in 2007, before CAO became a part of the General Cigar Company. I reviewed a couple of those cigars at that time, but stashed away one of the samples in a humidor, where it has been aging for almost 10 years! This is a review of that cigar… Read more
According to Senate Bill 294, a cigar is premium if it meets the following criteria:
- It must be wrapped in 100 percent leaf tobacco and bunched in 100 percent tobacco filler.
- It cannot contain a filter, tip or non-tobacco mouthpiece.
- It must weigh at least 6 pounds per 1,000 count.
- It has 100 percent tobacco binder and is hand rolled, or is made with human hands to lay the wrapper or binder onto one machine that bunches, wraps and caps the individual cigars, or has a homogenized tobacco leaf binder and is made in the United States using human hands to lay a 100 percent leaf tobacco wrapper onto one machine that bunches, wraps, and caps each individual cigar.
The Foundry Tobacco Company’s new Temple Hall Estates cigars are available in four classic sizes, and are now shipping to cigar retailers across the U.S. Read more