The Tres Carabelas 1844 is a beautiful, dark, Dominican robusto, dressed in a soft, slightly oily and shiny looking wrapper. To the touch, however, the cigar is firm, obviously packed with a good amount of tobacco. There was no skimp in the making.
Dressing the Cigar Smoker: a Guide to Old School Respect & Style
When the editors at Cigar Advisor magazine proposed for me to write an article about suggestions in upgrading the wardrobe of its readers, I knew just who to call...Read More
Ever wondered what goes through the mind of tattoo enthusiasts who have portrayed their favorite smoke as cigar ink? What if we could somehow reverse this, and ink a tattoo…ON THE STOGIE?
As it happens, Key West, FL is not only home to Hemingway’s cats and the Conch Republic, but also to a Cuban who brings us the fascinating art of the “inked cigar.”Read More