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  • Cohiba Behike Cuban cigars -  the flagship brand among all Cuban cigar brands. Established in 1966 as a limited production private brand supplied exclusively to Fidel Castro and high-level officials in the Communist Party of Cuba and Cuban government.
  • Zino Davidoff (1906-1994).
  • Grand Havana Room, 666 5th, Suite 39, Avenue between 52nd and 53rd Street, New York, NY 10103, U.S.A.
  • Romeo y Julieta - Sir Winston Churchill's favorite cigar brand.
  • David Linley Riviera Humidor: £6,000.
  • Cigar sizes, shapes & color guide.
  • S.T. Dupont 18-carat solid gold lighter.
  • Davidoff Cigar Scissors Stainless Steel Gold - Large: US$725.
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  • Dunhill Amber Root 1 Flame DP pipe: US$1415.
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    "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar." - Sigmund Freud.

    "“A woman is an occasional pleasure but a cigar is always a smoke." - Groucho Marx.

    "A cigarette is the perfect type of a perfect pleasure. It is exquisite, and leaves one unsatisfied. What more can one want?" - Oscar Wilde.

    "My rule of life prescribed as an absolutely sacred rite smoking cigars and also the drinking of alcohol before, after and if need be during all meals and in the intervals between them." - Winton Churchill, one of the world's most celebrated cigar smokers, reportedly smoked more than 300,000 cigars in his lifetime.

    A CIGAR is a tightly rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco that is ignited so that its smoke may be drawn into the mouth. Cigar tobacco is grown in significant quantities in Brazil, Cameroon, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Indonesia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Sumatra, Philippines, and the Eastern United States.

    Explorer Christopher Columbus is generally credited with the introduction of tobacco to Europe. Two of Columbus's crewmen during his 1492 journey, Rodrigo de Jerez and Luis de Torres, are said to have encountered tobacco for the first time on the island of San Salvador in the Bahamas, when natives presented them with dry leaves that spread a peculiar fragrance. Tobacco was widely diffused among all of the islands of the Caribbean and therefore they again encountered it in Cuba, where Columbus and his men had settled.

    Tobacco leaves are harvested and aged using a process that combines use of heat and shade to reduce sugar and water content without causing the large leaves to rot. This first part of the process, called curing, takes between 25 and 45 days and varies substantially based upon climatic conditions as well as the construction of sheds or barns used to store harvested tobacco. The curing process is manipulated based upon the type of tobacco, and the desired color of the leaf. The second part of the process, called fermentation, is carried out under conditions designed to help the leaf die slowly. Temperature and humidity are controlled to ensure that the leaf continues to ferment, without rotting or disintegrating. This is where the flavor, burning, and aroma characteristics are primarily brought out in the leaf.

    Once the leaves have aged properly, they are sorted for use as filler or wrapper based upon their appearance and overall quality. During this process, the leaves are continually moistened and handled carefully to ensure each leaf is best used according to its individual qualities. The leaf will continue to be baled, inspected, unbaled, reinspected, and baled again repeatedly as it continues its aging cycle. When the leaf has matured according to the manufacturer's specifications, it will be used in the production of a cigar.

    Cigars are composed of THREE TYPES OF TOBACCO LEAVES, whose variations determine smoking and flavor characteristics:

    WRAPPERS: A cigar's outermost leaves, or wrapper, come from the widest part of the plant. The wrapper determines much of the cigar's character and flavor, and as such its color is often used to describe the cigar as a whole.

    FILLERS: The majority of a cigar is made up of fillers, wrapped-up bunches of leaves inside the wrapper. Fillers of various strengths are usually blended to produce desired cigar flavors. In the cigar industry this is referred to as a "blend". Many cigar manufacturers pride themselves in constructing the perfect blend(s) that will give the smoker the most enjoyment. The more oils present in the tobacco leaf, the stronger (less dry) the filler. If a cigar is completely constructed (filler, binder and wrapper) of tobacco from only one country, it is referred to in the cigar industry as a "puro" which in Spanish means "pure".

    BINDERS: Elastic leaves used to hold together the bunches of fillers. Essentially, binders are wrappers that are rejected because of holes, blemishes, discoloration, or excess veins.

    SIZE AND SHAPE: Cigars are commonly categorized by the size and shape of the cigar, which together are known as the vitola. The size of a cigar is measured by two dimensions: its ring gauge (its diameter in sixty-fourths of an inch) and its length (in inches). The most common shape is the parejo, sometimes referred to as simply "coronas", which have traditionally been the benchmark against which all other cigar formats are measured.

    A CIGARETTE (French "small cigar", from cigar + -ette) is a product consumed through smoking and manufactured out of cured and finely cut tobacco leaves and reconstituted tobacco, often combined with other additives, then rolled or stuffed into a paper-wrapped cylinder (generally less than 120 mm in length and 10 mm in diameter). The cigarette is ignited at one end and allowed to smoulder for the purpose of inhalation of its smoke from the other (usually filtered) end, which is inserted in the mouth. They are sometimes smoked with a cigarette holder.

    A cigarette is distinguished from a cigar by its smaller size, use of processed leaf, and paper wrapping, which is usually white, though other colors are available. Cigars are typically composed entirely of whole-leaf tobacco.

    The earliest forms of cigarettes have been attested in Central America around the 9th century in the form of reeds and smoking tubes. The Maya, and later the Aztecs, smoked tobacco and various psychoactive drugs in religious rituals and frequently depicted priests and deities smoking on pottery and temple engravings. The cigarette, and the cigar, were the most common method of smoking in the Caribbean, Mexico and Central and South America until recent times.

    In the English-speaking world, the use of tobacco in cigarette form became increasingly popular during and after the Crimean War, when British soldiers began emulating their Ottoman Turkish and Russian comrades. This was helped by the development of tobaccos that are suitable for cigarette use, and by the development of the Egyptian cigarette export industry.

    During the second half of the 20th century, the adverse health effects of cigarettes started to become widely known and text-only health warnings became commonplace on cigarette packets.

    PIPE SMOKING is a practice of 'tasting' or inhaling the smoke produced by burning a substance, most commonly tobacco, in a pipe. It is the oldest and most traditional form of smoking.

    A number of Native American cultures had pipe-smoking traditions, long before the arrival of Europeans. Tobacco was often smoked, generally for ceremonial purposes, though other mixtures of sacred herbs were also common. The calumet (called "peace pipe" by Europeans), was smoked in ceremony to seal covenants and treaties. Tobacco was introduced to Europe from the Americas in the 16th century and spread around the world rapidly.

    Pipes have been fashioned from an assortment of materials including briar, clay, ceramic, corncob, glass, meerschaum, metal, gourd, stone, wood and various combinations thereof, most notably, the classic English calabash pipe.

    A smoking pipe for tobacco smoking typically consists of a small chamber (the bowl) for the combustion of the tobacco to be smoked and a thin stem (shank) that ends in a mouthpiece (the bit). Pipes can range from the very simple machine-made briar pipe to highly-prized handmade and artful implements created by renowned pipemakers which are often very expensive collector's items.

    The bowls of tobacco pipes are commonly made of briar, corncob, meerschaum, or clay. Less common are cherrywood, olivewood, maple, mesquite, and oak. Generally a dense-grained wood is ideal. Minerals such as catlinite and soapstone have also been used. Pipe bowls of all these materials are sometimes carved with a great deal of artistry.

    SNUS is a moist powder tobacco product originated from a variant of dry snuff, in the early 19th century in Sweden, consumed by placing it under the lip for extended periods of time. Since snus is not intended nor recommended for inhalation, it does not affect the lungs as cigarettes do. The World Health Organization (WHO) acknowledges that Swedish men have the lowest rate of lung cancer in Europe, partly due to the low tobacco smoking rate, but does not argue for substituting snus for smoking.

  • TOBACCO - Wikipedia.
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  • XIIth Habanos Cigar Festival (2010).
  • HABANOS FESTIVALS - Habanos Cigar Festival. Every year Havana plays host to the Habanos Cuban Cigar Festival in the month of February.[4] The festival is usually held within a five day time span where activities during the festival include: tours of the cigar factories, a trade fair, various seminars focused on the production, distribution and history of Havanos cigars, cigar tastings, Habanosommelier contest, an instruction class on how to roll a Habano, and visits to tobacco plantations. Attendees of this event include distributors, “La Casa del Habano” managers from all over the world, production and sales executives, producers and marketers of luxury and smoker products, tobacco producers, dealers of the tobacco industry, artisans and collectors, smoker clubs, and amateur smokers.
  • THE BIG SMOKE - annual event held around the United States every year sponsored by Cigar Aficionado magazine.
    Cigar Resources
  • Grand Havana Room New York, 666 5th, Suite 39, Avenue between 52nd & 53rd Street, New York, NY 10103.
  • A guide to the best places for cigar-lovers everywhere - Daily Mail.
  • CHEROOT - Wikipedia.
  • CIGAR - Wikipedia.
  • CIGARS CLAN - "Everything about cigars, cigar aficionados and cigar passion for life."
  • Cigar Lounge at hotel The Alpina, Alpinastrasse 23, CH-3780 Gstaad, Switzerland.
  • Cigar Lounge at The Alpina, Gstaad - "The walk-in humidor features a selection of over 50 cigars. Classic, deep-buttoned armchairs are attached to small, custom-designed tables, each supporting a bespoke ashtray. From the leather and dark wood interior, you look out through windows to rolling Alpine countryside north of the hotel." At hotel The Alpina, Alpinastrasse 23, CH-3780 Gstaad, Switzerland.
  • CIGARS REVIEW - cigar reviews and ratings.
  • CRA | CIGAR RIGHTS OF AMERICA - "Fighting For The Freedom To Enjoy Fine Cigars."
  • Cuban Cigars Guide – Cohiba, Upmann & Co - Gentleman's Gazette.
  • CUBAN CIGAR WEBSITE - "The World's Best Cuban Cigar Information Website."
  • Edward Sahakian Cigar Shop & Sampling Lounge - at The Bvlgari Hotel, 171 Knightsbridge, City of Westminster, SW7. Offers a vintage, rare and exquisite cigar collection, sourced exclusively from Edward Sahakian’s private collection. The selection includes rarities such as the Cuban Davidoff Dom Perignon; the Partagas No. 4 Reserve and the Cohiba Sublimes Ltd Edition 2004, Hoyo De Monterrey Epicure No. 2, the Trinidad Reyes and the Romeo Y Julieta Churchill.
  • GARDEN ROOM - at The Lainesborough hotel in London, U.K. "The Garden Room is the first and only luxury smoking venue in Knightsbridge, providing the best smoking room in London and housing an extensive collection of Cuban and Pre-Castro cigars."
  • Grand Havana Room - "An International Business Club." Beijing, Beverly Hills, Moscow & New York City. The Grand Havana Room is an exclusive membership Cigar Club with both a dining room and lounge. The GHR offers membership to men and women who appreciate the pleasures of the world's finest cigars as well as the year-round company of those who share this and other lifestyle interests.
  • GRAND HAVANA ROOM BEVERLY HILLS - "Our flagship location. Since its inception in April 1995 it has set the standard that high-end cigar clubs are measured by on a national scale. every element of the Grand Havana Room has been designed for the explicit purpose of maximizing the enjoyment of the cigar smoker." Members, including some of the biggest names in Hollywood and the business world: actors, producers, directors, and agents. The centerpiece of the club is the humidor, a glassed-in room that contains 350 blond-wood lockers, packed from floor to ceiling. Some of the rarest cigars are available from the Grand Havana humidor, including Fuente's Opus X, La Gloria Cubana, and the Indian brand cigar.
  • Grand Hotel Park Cigar Lounge, Wispilestrasse 29, CH-3780 Gstaad, Switzerland.
  • Grand Hotel Park Cigar Lounge, Gstaad - "In an English club atmosphere, seated in plush Chesterfield armchairs, this is an ideal place to enjoy a cigar, and based on suggestions, sip on a drink or a cocktail for a moment of pure pleasure." At Grand Hotel Park, Wispilestrasse 29, CH-3780 Gstaad, Switzerland.
  • IPCPR | The International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Association - since 1933. The oldest, largest and most active trade association representing and assisting premium retail tobacconists and their suppliers.
  • John F. Kennedy lights up cigar with his close friend Senator George Smather of Florida.
  • John F. Kennedy bought 1,200 Cuban cigars hours ordered US trade embargo - MailOnline.
  • LIST OF CIGAR BRANDS - Wikipedia.
  • Lock & Co. Embroidered Smoking Cap: £260.
  • Lock & Co. - embroidered smoking cap.
  • On the Cigar Trail in Cuba - The New York Times.
  • PRE-CASTRO & PRE-EMBARGO CIGARS - (January 2, 1959 & February 7, 1962). A pre-Castro cigar was made in Cuba before Castro's rise to power January 1959. A pre-embargo cigar was made in Cuba before President Kennedy enacted the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba in 1962. So, all pre-Castro cigars are pre-embargo, but not all pre-embargo cigars are pre-Castro. Many cigars referred to as pre-embargo may in fact be pre-Castro as well. Often, when the owner doesn't know the exact date of production, he'll call the cigars pre-embargo to be on the safe side.
  • Smoking cap - worn by men while smoking to stop the hair from smelling of smoke.
  • Zenith watches collaborates with Cohiba Cuban cigars - The Telegraph.
  • Davidoff No. 1 Marine Red Mahogany Humidor: US$4,675.
  • HUMIDOR - Wikipedia.
  • Humidor Guide - "All you ever wanted to know about humidors and storing cigars."
  • HUMIDORS - Cigars International.
  • Hygrometer - instrument used for measuring the moisture content in the atmosphere.
  • Optimum level of humidity in a humidor - Humidor Guide.
    • Adorini Humidor Cabinet cigar cabinet adorini Aficionado Deluxe. Capacity: 500 cigars.
    • Adorini - "Premium humidors and cigar accessories."
    • Agresti Polished ebony humidor with tray. Cedar lined. Ruthenium plated hardware.
    • Agresti Shiny Ebony Humidor - ebony humidor with tray. Cedar lined with ruthenium plated hardware.
    • Anthony Holt Bentley Humidor in Walnut: £4,995.
    • Anthony Holt - Bentley Humidor in Walnut.
    • Assouline Havana Travel Humidor: US$999.
    • ASSOULINE HUMIDOR - Havana Travel Humidor.
    • Buben & Zörweg Grand Connoisseur XL humidor.
    • BUBEN & ZÖRWEG - since 1995.
    • C.Gars Dunhill Sidecar Travel Humidor - 20 Capacity: £435.
    • C.Gars - since 1997. "C.Gars Ltd offer a full and extensive range of humidors to suit all budgets."
    • Christian Baeck humidor.
    • CHRISTIAN BAECK HUMIDORS - "Luxury Handcrafted Custom Cigar Humidors."
    • Comercial Iberoamericana Aristócrata Cristal Lacado Humidor.
    • COMERCIAL IBEROAMERICANA - classic humidors.
    • Cup O' Joes Padron 50th Anniversary Edition Cigars and S.T. Dupont Humidor: US$5,300.
    • Cup O' Joes - since 1995.
    • Daniel Marshall Limitied Edition Himidor.
    • DANIEL MARSHALL HUMIDORS - "A Symbol of Quality Since 1982."
    • Davidoff Dome Cigar Humidor - Burl Amboyna: US$5,895.
    • DAVIDOFF HUMIDORS - "A fine cigar is one of life's most distinct pleasures. Expert care and storage are an absolute necessity - which is why the serious aficionado takes pride in owning a Davidoff Cigar Humidor."
    • Döttling the Fortress is the safest luxury safe in the world, available in the certified security classes VdS/EN 3 to – and this is absolutely unique – VdS/EN 5
    • DÖttling - The Fortress - "Around the world, Döttling safes find homes among select connoisseurs and enthusiasts of the finest locksmith artisanry since 1919." Inside the Fortress there is also a humidor made of original Spanish cedar, with an electronic humidifying system. A hygrometer & a barometer, both from Wempe, stylishly provide information about humidity & air pressure.
    • Dunhill White Spot Canary Wharf Macassar 175 Count Humidor: US$2,750.
    • Elie Bleu 110 cigars Safari mahogany Panther marquetry: €2,710.
    • ELIE BLEU - official online boutique.
    • Famous Smoke Shop Montegue End Table Humidor: US$749.99.
    • FAMOUS SMOKE SHOP - since 1939. Humidors.
    • Gathenergy 100CT Display Humidor.
    • GEGROUP - humidors, cutters, lighters, ashtrays, cigar cases, hygrometer and pipe accessories.
    • Ghurka Partido humidor No. 214: US$3,500.
    • Ghurka - since 1975.
    • Hunters & Frankau display humidor.
    • Hunters & Frankau - since 1790. Humidors & display cabinets.
    • James J. Fox Humidor Elie Bleu Alba Blue 110: £1,999.
    • James J. Fox - since 1787. "The oldest cigar merchants in the world." Purveyors of fine specialist cigars to European Royalty, Mr Churchill and our other distinguished customers for over 200 years.
    • David Linley Trafalgar Humidor: £6,500.
    • LINLEY - limited edition humidors.
    • David Linley Russian Flag Humidor: £6,950.
    • LINLEY - Russian flag humidor.
    • Linley Vice Box: £7,500.
    • LINLEY VICE BOX - "Drinking, Smoking and Gambling - Specially designed for the individual who enjoys combining a casual drink with a game of poker whilst indulging in a fine cigar."
    • Louis Vuitton Cigar Humidor 75 - Taiga Leather: US$3,300.
    • LOUIS VUITTON - Cigar Humidor 75.
    • Maklary Vertigo humidor.
    • Maklary Humidors - "Style, Luxury, Professionalism." Inspired by the true love of cigars.
    • Next Cigar Davidoff Dome humidor.
    • Next Cigar - since 2000. Humidors.
    • David Redman Cigar Box Set exudes quality. Hand crafted in the UK in solid silver with rosewood details: £40,900.
    • REDMAN CIGAR BOX SET - exudes quality. Hand crafted in the UK in solid silver with rosewood details, this is a four part set comprising of tray with integral match holder, 2 square ashtrays and a cigar box: £40,900.00.
    • 50th Anniversary Limited Edition Sautter Humidor (Orange): £250.
    • Sautter - "Finest Havana Cigars." 106 Mount Street, Mayfair, London W1K 2TW, England, U.K. Desktop & travel humidors.
    • Savinelli Cigar Box Dama.
    • SAVINELLI - since 1876. Cigar boxes.
    • Scatola del Tempo Cuban Only! humidor.
    • SCATOLA DEL TEMPO - Cuban Only! humidor.
    • Simply Cigars Cigar box style humidor, high gloss polish finish - 60 cigars: £166.50.
    • SIMPLY CIGARS - since 2001. "Cigar Humidors and Humidor Guide Online."
    • S.T. Dupont Edony Humidor. Capacity: 75 cigars: €1,250.
    • S.T. DUPONT - since 1872.
    • Steve Vigar Designs Italian villa style handcrafted humidor.
    • STEVE VIGAR DESIGNS - Italian villa style handcrafted humidor.
    • The Cigar Club Villa Spa Humidor can hold approximately 150 Churchill size, or 200 Petit Corona size cigars: £849.
    • The Cigar Club - prestige & travel humidors.
    • Tonino Lamborghini Humidor model Montecarlo: €500.
    • Tonino Lamborghini Humidor - "Pure Italian Talent."
    • Vinotemp Cigar Mate 450 Cigar Desktop Humidor: US$499.99.
    • VINOTEMP - cigar humidors & humidifiers.
    • Xikar 18-24 Cigar Travel Humidor.
    • XIKAR - "The best thing to happen to cigars since fire." Cases & travel humidors.
    • Zino Platinum Cavern GM Humidors. Capacity: 20-30 cigars.
    • ZINO PLATINUM - humidors, cigar cutters & ashtrays.
  • Dunhill 7-Day Group 6 Pipe Set: US$5,750.
  • Charatan - Wikipedia.
  • Dunhill - Pipedia.
  • Dunhill History -
  • Fine PIPEs International - "A Venue for Collectors of Fine Smoking Pipes and Accessories."
  • Hookah - single or multi-stemmed instrument for vaporizing and smoking flavored tobacco, called shisha, whose vapor or smoke is passed through a water basin—often glass-based—before inhalation.
  • PIPE - Wikipedia.
  • PIPE MAKERS - by country or name.
  • Pipedia - "A wiki for pipes."
  • PIPES AND TOBACCOS MAGAZINE - "A magazine for tobacco and pipe enthusiasts." Quarterly magazine with articles about pipes, pipe manufacturing, custom pipes, and tobaccos.
  • PIPES MAGAZINE - "The #1 Source for Pipes and Pipe Tobacco Information."
  • Rad Davis - Pipedia.
  • SMOKING PIPE - Wikipedia.
  • The PIPE Tart - "To bring to the pipe world wonderful smoking and beautifully crafted handmade pipes."
  • TOBACCO SMOKING - Wikipedia.
  • Top 40 High-End Smoking Pipe Brands
  • Alfred Dunhill's The White Spot - "100 years of craftsmanship behind every pipe."
  • ARMANI / CASA - Casanova pipe set.
  • Armellini Pipe - since 1960.
  • Ashton Pipes - since 1983.
  • Barling - since 1812.
  • BBB Pipes - "BBB stands for classic affordable quality pipes. The annual Christmas pipe is the pipe worlds answer to the noveau beaujoulais wine with a strong demand every year and an even stronger demand on old editions."
  • briarworks - produces high quality, elegant products in a wide range of prices.
  • BUTZ-CHOQUIN - since 1858.
  • CAMINETTO - since 1968.
  • CASTELLO - since 1947.
  • Chacom fine Pipes - since 1825. "The biggest French brand to date knowing how to ally Tradition, Creation & Innovation."
  • Charatan - since 1863. "One of the oldest London pipe makers, Charatan was for years Dunhill's chief rival."
  • Comoy's - since 1825.
  • CUPOJOES.COM - since 1995. Online pipe store. Large selection of pipe makes. "We are the LARGEST Dunhill pipe retailer in the USA!"
  • DANISH PIPE SHOP - since 1969. "One of the finest pipe shops in the world specialized in primary Danish handmade tobacco pipes."
  • DAVIDOFF PIPES - "Selected for Perfection." Davidoff pipes, accessories and tobacco are meticulously curated for the ultimate in refined smoking enjoyment. Hand-crafted pipes, luxurious accessories and specially selected tobacco fill time beautifully.
  • DON CARLOS Pipes - since 1992.
  • DUNHILL PIPES - "Alfred Dunhill Pipes are the definitive source of pleasure and status for men of the world, offering high grade luxury pipes."
  • Falcon Pipes - "The #1 Falcon Website Anywhere. Over 2,000 Pipe Combinations."
  • Ferndown Pipes - production is now limited to around 500 pipes a year.
  • GOUDA Clay Pipes - "The original Dutch Gouda Clay Pipes."
  • J. Alan Pipes - "Each J. Alan Pipe is handmade using the finest materials."
  • James Upshall - "Makers of The Finest Briar Pipes."
  • LEMAIRE - since 1896.
  • Luigi Radice - since 1960.
  • Luigi Viprati - "Italian Handmade Smoking Pipes."
  • NORDING Pipes - Danish exclusive pipes.
  • Parks PIPEs - "My desire is to design pieces that elegantly juxtapose a post-modern aesthetic with classic english shapes. A fine pipe is an object of art, utility, and collectibility."
  • Paronelli PIPE - "Since 1945 excellence in briar."
  • PETERSON PIPES OF DUBLIN - established 1865. "The Thinking Man Smokes A Petersons Pipe."
  • pipes and cigars - "More Brands and Types of Pipes."
  • PORSCHE DESIGN Pipes - "All of the pipes are made with the finest quality briar and supplied with an acrylic mouthpiece and 9mm absorbent filter."
  • PURISME - "Pipes and Filters By Vauen."
  • Rad Davis Pipe Cherrywood - "Hand Made Pipe."
  • Radice Pipes - since 1980.
  • Sasieni Pipes - "Collector's favorite since 1919."
  • SAVINELLI - since 1876. "Welcome in our world! A world made of feelings, a world where, through the pipe, you can use all your five senses."
  • S. E. Thile - "Handmade Pipes." Made by hand to exacting standards from Italian, Algerian, or Grecian briar. Stems are hand cut from the finest German Ebonite or Cumberland rod, and designed for maximum comfort.
  • STANWELL - since 1942. "When pipe smokers talk about pipes that are consistently great smokers, exhibit the creative and beautiful designs that exemplify Danish pipemaking and offer the best value in factory produced pipes, they are talking about Stanwell."
  • The White Spot - "A definite source of pleasure since 1912." Alfred Dunhill Pipes Website.
  • Thomas James Smoking Pipes - "Fine Handmade Briar Tobacco Pipes."
  • Vauen - "Masterpieces since 1848." 160 years of tradition and modernity. Repeatedly changing models throughout the year constantly offer something new. Vauen produces over 50,000 pipes a year. Each pipe connoisseur can choose his personal masterpiece from over 250 different models.
  • WINSLOW HANDMADE - "Danish handmade pipes."
    Snus | Snuff
  • Swedish Pioneer snuff.
  • SNUFF - Wikipedia.
  • SNUS - Wikipedia.
    • KARDUS SNUS - exclusive snus in limited edition. "The tobacco, which is grown in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, is ecologically cultivated and air dried. It has been laced with Sagatiba Velha, an award-winning cachaça made from pure, freshly squeezed, sugar-cane juice."
    • SWEDISH SNUS - order online.
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