The Cigar Smoking World Championship grand finale will be held in Split, Croatia, from September 2 to September 4, culling the finalists from a field of nearly 3,000 participants from all over the world. The weekend wraps a season of over 70 competitions in over 35 countries.
The Cigar Smoking World Championship is a contest in which contestants compete in how slow they can smoke their cigar, with time penalties given for such things as breaking your ash or burning the cigar band. The smoker who takes the longest to finish their cigar is the winner.
Drew Emck from the U.S has recorded the best time of the season at 3:19:24. Hauke Walter from Germany, the 2018 world champion, finished right behind him by 22 seconds.
This year`s finale will be supported by partners that include Rocky Patel cigars, Pernod Ricard Croatia, Cuervo y Sobrinos Swiss Watches , St. Dupont, Les Fines Lames, Croatia Revealed, Boveda and Hulecos.
This year’s festival will be attended by Rocky Patel himself as well as Pierre Jourdan from French accessory maker Les FINES LAMES and other names from the premium cigar industry.
For more information on the event, see https://www.rockypatel.com/cigar-smoking-world-championship/ and the CSWC news portal at www.cswcnews.com. Also see the home website of CSWC www.cswcworld.com.