Paul Garmirian, founder of his namesake brand Paul Garmirian Gourmet Cigars, has released his autobiography, “The Road To Cigars: A Memoir.”
The self-published book details Garmirian’s life as a young man who grew up in Beirut during its heyday, racing cars and performing on Lebanese television. Garmirian lived in Europe and the U.S. for periods leading up to his permanent move to the US after the start of the Lebanese Civil War in 1975.
From a press release for the book:
“For Paul Garmirian, it has been a love affair with America for everything she has made possible. America, an accepting society, allowed him to be inspired and motivated to achieve and excel in whatever field he chose. This has been manifested in his diverse career fields of teaching, real estate brokerage, publishing The Gourmet Guide To Cigars, and launching the production of PG cigars in 1990. He enjoys his hobbies of music, culinary arts, wine, and cars, all in pursuit of the good life. “Only in America!”
The book is available to order now in hardcover and as an ebook through mcleancigars.com.