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Personalities

The Beat Goes On

Some of the things that drew Michael Herklots to music also made him fall in love with cigars. 20 years after his first smoke, the Nat Sherman …

Personalities

Domenico Vacca: American dream, Italian fit

The terrace at the far back end of his New York City store is part of an expansive lounge area he uses to entertain guests …

Travel

New York City like a local

New York City is one of Cigar Snob’s favorite cigar destinations. No, there aren’t many cigars being made here. And no, there aren’t many non-cigar …

Events

Nat Sherman celebrated its 85th anniversary in New York City

Nat Sherman hosted a celebration of the company’s 85th anniversary at its New York City Townhouse store on June 30. All of the proceeds from the event (largely …

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S.T. Dupont debuts newest shop-in-shop at the Nat Sherman Townhouse in New York City

S.T. Dupont’s newest shop-in-shop is open right in time for the Valentine’s Day retail rush, inside the Nat Sherman Townhouse in New York City. The …

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New York City’s Circa Tabac is now SoHo Cigar Bar

One of the Big Apple’s oldest cigar bars has changed its name and launched its own line of cigars (also called SoHo Cigars). The newly …

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Davidoff of Geneva, Madison Avenue

In the cigar world, there’s probably no name more synonymous with “luxury” than Davidoff’s. Davidoff of Geneva’s Madison Avenue store is a nationwide flagship for the brand, and …

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Nat Sherman Townhouse

Cigar culture is dominated by Latin American roots and classic European elegance. Nat Sherman, though, is a patently American brand. And the Nat Sherman Townhouse — on 42nd …

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Club Macanudo

In New York’s Upper East Side, you’ll find General Cigar’s Club Macanudo — a classic tribute to the luxurious side of the cigar lifestyle. You can’t ask …

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Carnegie Club

While the name might give the impression that it’s members only, this time warp of a smoking lounge is open to the public. They welcome all comers, …

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