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The latest edition of the magazine’s “5 Things” series is authored by Cigar Advisor Managing Editor John Pullo, and highlights a number of premium cigars that use this in-demand, yet very expensive leaf in their hand-made construction.
Dr Peter Munyu, a pulmonary and critical care specialist at Aga Khan University Hospital, said there is a lot of misinformation about cigars and shisha; and it is deliberate so that people feel secure when smoking.
Small-scale tobacco farmers in the Burma Valley embarked on a cigar wrapper tobacco project this season. Cigar wrapper is tobacco leaf used as the outermost covering of a cigar, surrounding the binder. This comes at a time when there is a shortage of ciga
The Economist, in its September 21st edition, reported that Habanos is preparing to implement the first factory for the manufacture of tobacco products in the Casablanca region. According to the same source, the company scheduled to launch in December 2
THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) at Chirundu one-stop-border post has destroyed 46 cartons of illegally imported cigarettes worth K146 million. ZRA communications manager Mumbuna Kufekisa said the cigarettes, which were seized in February this year, we
ALTHOUGH it is still a small market, women and young, aspiring, black middle-class people are fuelling a spike in the growth of cigar consumption in the country. Cigars are perceived as a sign of status and wealth in South Africa, to be enjoyed socially
There’s something about cigars, though, that places them in the same cultural corral as wine, coffee or chocolate: stuff that’s interesting to immerse yourself in as a hobby, learning about them as you go and collecting interesting examples.