This is a great read on the history of cigars and tobacco. As you can see in the image, the first tobacco was rolled into a cigar form and called the Devils Herb in 1731. They were the first cigars to be produced in Spain, and they eventually became the Cuban puros we know today. …
There’s a new label for the Cohiba brand in Cuba. It’s been designed to try and hinder many of the fakes you might find floating around out there.
Smart, smart, smart. Everything is getting smarter these days, from watches to appliances, or cars to bicycles. Pretty soon, our entire home will be filled with smart, self-aware technology. This next piece of tech that we’re going to talk about is certainly no exception.
Dámaso is actually a milder cigar that Padrón wants the mild-loving smoker to try.
Zack Snyder showed off an exclusive trailer of Batman v Superman at Comic-Con this year. Despite a leaked version of the trailer that made it to the interwebs, he held this one back for a bit.
In 2010, My Father Cigars blended the My Father limited edition. They were an individually-packaged, limited edition that used some pelo de oro leaf. After a year — or two — in hiatus, the My Father Limited Edition is back in 2015.
Once the Undercrown line debuted at the IPCPR Convention, people couldn’t wait to see the Connecticut-wrapped version of the cigar. It will be packaged in boxes of 25 and on shelves this fall.
B&M received a notice from General Cigar Company, which explains they will be discontinuing the La Gloria Cubana Artesanos de Miami, La Gloria Cubana Artesanos de Tabaqueros and La Gloria Cubana Retro Especiale lines.