Welcome to Cigar History! Have you ever wondered about the interesting past behind your favourite cigar brands? The knowledgeable team at Havana House bring you the details in this series. From history to cultivation, we explain it all so that you can be a true aficionado. Sit back, relax and take the time to add […]
Though the traditional drink to pair a stogie with is a nice strong whiskey, the growing interest in beer, especially craft beer, has meant that beer and cigar pairings are becoming more and more common. More varieties of craft beer are popping up every year, meaning that there are a wide range of flavours out […]
The Rise of Japanese Whisky Whiskey. A beverage that is as synonymous with The Highlands of Scotland as sparkling white wine is to the Champagne region of France. This could all be set to change however, for better or for worse. Japan is looking to steal away Scotland’s pride and joy with their innovative drinks […]
The importance of lighting a cigar is often overlooked, but a lot of patience goes into achieving the perfect light, with lighting a cigar much different from picking up any old lighter and lighting a cigarette.
Welcome to Cigar History Havana House’s sequential blog on the topic of the history of cigar brands. Every week we take a look into the history of a different cigar brand. Today we are taking a peak into the interesting past of Romeo y Julieta!
Davidoff cigars have collaborated with leading Swiss design team, Atelier Oi to revamp their cigar accessory line with the aim to design accessories that are inspired by the relationship between cigar accessories, cigar rituals and enjoyment.
Mini cigarillos are becoming more and more popular since the introduction of cigars into Europe. Especially since the last 20-30 years more people are smoking these tiny cigars than ever. So we thought that it was about time to define the top five mini cigarillos in the World!