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  • The Creation of Cigars Series Has Now Been Launched

    We're very proud to announce the launch of some new products to the store. We've re-imagined and designed the Creation of Adam into an image that celebrates cigar smoking. 

    Check out all the products we currently have available using the link below. More will be coming soon 

  • Here's Why You Should Never Remove the Cigar Band Early

    One of the things I find incredibly interesting about the cigar industry, is the etiquette. I've heard people exclaim "bad form" when they've witnessed someone do something that they shouldn't do as a cigar smoker. This kind of behaviour isn't something that I would co-sign, however, there are good and practical reasons for many of the etiquettes. 
  • These Are The Best Value Cuban Cigars You Can Buy

    Budget cigars generally come with compromises. Most budget cigars are produced with lesser quality tobacco. The fillers in these cigars tend to be short filler or sometimes mixed filler. These are ok, but obviously won't offer the same quality as a premium, long filler cigar. What if, there was a budget Cuban cigar brand, that produced long filler cigars.
  • Study Suggests Cigars Can Prevent COVID-19

    As we start moving towards the second potential peak of Covid-19, we cigar smokers may have some good news. Apparently, smokers may be at a much lower risk of contracting Covid-19. 
  • Cohiba Siglo VI vs Cohiba Piramides Extra - Which Should You Buy?

    Cohiab is the flagship Cuba cigar brand and due to this they are almost always more expensive than their equivalents from other Habanos brands. I wanted to compare two relatively premium Cohiba cigars, the Siglo VI and the Piramides extra to see which one is the better choice. 
  • Here's What Happened When I Smoked a Fake Cuban Cigar

    In my latest video, I decided to do something that was clearly ill advised. As the title  suggests, I smoked a fake Cuban cigar in order to review and see what it was all about. One of the claims that some people make, is that they're still Cuban cigars because they were made in Cuba; This is complete and is utter nonsense. 
  • Unboxing the Beautiful but Pricey H. Upmann Sir Winston Gran Reserva Cosecha 2011 Cigars

    The H. Upmann Sir Winston cigars are in my view, some of the best Churchill sized cigars currently on the market. Obviously, these cigars are named after Prime Minister Winston Churchill, which gives it more of a special place in British society. In my latest video I take a look at a box of these special cigars. 
  • 15 Things You May Not Have Known About Davidoff

    Davidoff is one of my absolute favourite cigar brands. The quality of their cigars are completely in a different league. It's extremely rare to come across a Davidoff cigar that has bad construction. Also, their cigars are some of the most enjoyable I've ever had too; the best for me being the CGars Orchant Selection Lancero
  • The Little Lake Lounge: Smoke Cigars With an Incredible View

    When it comes to cigar lounges, many of them tend to be located within the bowls of a property. The man cave, hidden away from the rest of the world; a place for us to scurry on into and find refuge from the rest of the world. One man decided to flip that on its head and instead, built his cigar lounge atop his home. 
  • Cigar Rants Reviews The Davidoff Late Hour LE 2020 Petit Panatela

    Although I love Cuban cigars, Davidoff is one of the very few New World cigar manufacturers that I thoroughly enjoy. The Late Hour series is what really caught my attention and this latest addition is definitely something I'm excited about. 
  • This Is the Best Monthly Cigar Subscription You Can Buy

    Over the last few years we've seen a number of companies offering monthly cigar subscriptions. I've personally thought about signing up to one of these too, unfortunately, the cigars you receive in general just don't appeal to me. More recently, CGars Ltd started their very first completely Cuban cigar subscription and I couldn't be happier. 
  • Prove Me Wrong: There's No Such Thing as Cigar Plume, Its All Mould

    One of the things I've heard plenty of times is about how cigars produce something called plume on their surfaces. Although I cannot conclusively rule out this possibility of plume appearing on cigars, so far I have see no evidence of it existing anywhere.