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Catch The Fish, Not The Fisherman

Catch The Fish, Not The Fisherman

Being a cigar lover is a bit like being a fisherman – with the quarry being an elusive cigar rather than a shimmering trout. We could stretch the analogy to tortuous limits and tell you that clipping and torching your

Quelle Heure Est-ils?

Quelle Heure Est-ils?

Spending a week away in Havana with El Jeffe got us thinking. Just like anything else in this wonderful, rich, varied existence we lead, people have their preferences, their idiosyncracies, their quirks and personalities.

The Old Man and The Cigar

The Old Man and The Cigar

There’s an old man who rolls cigars in a dilapidated barn on Hirochi Robaina’s finca. He’s now 83, and he’s been rolling cigars for more than half a century.

Sautter in Cuba

Sautter in Cuba

Cuba grows while you watch it. Everywhere you look, thick, green, verdant undergrowth; perhaps a rich slash of vermillion as a riot of flowers reaches for the sky. Tobacco is no different.

Prince of Smoke (Photo Credit: Club Alejo™)

Prince Of Smoke

Do you know Hirochi Robaina? Allow us to introduce you. Hirochi’s grandfather, Alejandro Robaina, was up there with the most famous cigar men ever. The Cuban tobacco farmer lived to a ripe old age (into his 90s) and had a

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