Havana Group Cigar Club

 

Tucked away in the quiet neighborhood of Miami Lakes is a little slice of cigar smoker heaven called Havana Group Cigar Club. This full service tobacconist carries a good selection of premiums and a full line of accessories, has excellent customer service, and features one of the best full-liquor cigar lounges in the state. You will not want to leave.

Havana Group Cigar Club

15458 NW 77th Ct. (Miami Lakes)
www.havanagroupcigars.com

 
 

Sabor Havana

 

High ceilings and wall-to-wall cigars combine to give Sabor Havana’s flagship store in Doral its overthetop appeal. Over the last 10 years owners Aquiles Legra and Jorge Valdes have built solid relationships with every major cigar manufacturer and quite a few boutiques as well. As the area’s Davidoff Appointed Merchant, there isn’t a Davidoff you seek that you won’t find here. Don’t be surprised if on your visit you run into one of the cigar industry’s stars; Miami is to the cigar industry what Nashville is to country music

Sabor Havana

2600 NW 87th Ave Bay 3#
(Locations in Doral, Coral Gables & Sunset)

www.saborhavana.com

 
 

Neptune Cigars Superstore

 

Selection, service and price are the hallmarks of this South Miami store. Neptune is billed as “Miami’s Largest Cigar Store,” and while the store is indeed quite large and the selection extensive, its most striking characteristic is its low prices. The staff is also extremely helpful and professional. The lounge has a comfortable mix of couches and high top tables. The store is situated on one of South Florida’s busiest thoroughfares, making it a standard spot for local businessmen to wait out traffic.

Neptune Cigars Superstore

9308 S Dixie Hwy (South Miami)
www.neptunecigar.com

 
 

Absolute Cigar Shop

 

Located just two blocks from Brickell Ave, the heart of Miami’s banking industry, Absolute has been serving the neighborhood for over 15 years. That’s like 45 in Miami years! The store is owned by the more than affable Mauricio Hanono whose connections in the cigar industry give him a leg up on hard-to-find cigars.

Absolute Cigar Shop

22 SW 8th Street (Brickell)
www.absolutecigarmiami.com

 
 

Padron Cigars

 

The Padróns don’t actually roll cigars in Little Havana anymore but any cigar smoker visiting Miami should drop in to check out their headquarters. If you’re a fan of their cigars, the museum wall of old photos and newspaper clippings alone is worth the visit. There’s a company store counter where you can purchase cigars and Padrón branded gear as well as a sitting area where you can enjoy said cigars. If you’re fortunate, someone will make a Cuban coffee run to get things energized.

Padron Cigars

1575 SW 1st Street (Little Havana)
www.padron.com

 
 

My Father Cigars

 

When the Garcías moved out of the original but tiny El Rey de los Habanos factory in Little Havana and into their new digs in Doral, there were some who thought they’d do away with the US factory altogether. “I don’t ever plan on closing it down,” stated Don Pepín during a recent interview. “That little factory is what started it all for us.” And sure enough, you can visit the Garcías in their new digs and watch every facet of the cigar rolling, sorting, and packaging process at work!

My Father Cigars

1890 NW96th Avenue (Doral) 
www.myfathercigars.com

 
 

Deco Drive Cigars

 

If your plans are to fly into MIA, head over to South Beach, and smoke cigars in flip flops with a cold beer in hand watching the talent walk by on Lincoln Road, then there is no better store to visit than Deco Drive Cigars. And if that isn’t what you had in mind when you booked your trip, then what is wrong with you? Deco serves up drinks and sandwiches, and is a Davidoff Appointed Merchant… Yes, life CAN be that good.

Deco Drive Cigars

414 Lincoln Rd (South Beach)
www.decodrivecigars.com

 
 

El Titan de Bronze

 

El Titan de Bronze is the last fully operational factory standing on the corner of 8th Street & 11th Avenue in Little Havana. The corner that birthed El Credito (La Gloria Cubana) and El Rey de los Habanos (Don Pepín García); does she have one more trick up her sleeve? Production at El Titan de Bronze today is certainly humming with several national brands being made there – Padilla 8 & 11, Casa Miranda, and La Palina Goldie to name a few. A must see when visiting Little Havana.

El Titan de Bronze

1071 SW 8th St (Little Havana)
www.eltitancigars.com

 
 

Cuban Crafters Cigars

 

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a cigar store where every five minutes someone made complimentary Cuban coffee for all of the patrons? Now picture that same store but add on a cigar factory, barber shop, souvenir store, wine store, domino alley, beer and wine bar, oh and a pretty solid selection of premium cigars at highly competitive prices. Yeah it’s not a bad place…

Cuban Crafters Cigars

3604 NW 7th St (Miami)
www.cubancrafters.com

 
 

Neighborhood Humidor

 

After only one year in existence, Neighborhood Humidor was recently branded as a Camacho Club Lounge featuring a membership-based liquor license. The store has quickly become a nightly hangout for cigar industry insiders who want to kick back and play some dominos.

Neighborhood Humidor

14040 SW 8th St (Miami)
www.neighborhoodhumidor.com