Used since ancient times, all the countries of the world have their own individual, unique take on the common pipe and how (and what!) you smoke. But one thing widely agreed by all is that smoking a pipe is an extremely enjoyable pastime.
They certainly have a class and a panache that no other pipe possesses. This certain je n’est ce quoi allows Big Ben a tradition that is hard to match elsewhere in the pipe industry.
Big Ben pipes are wonderfully engineered and are made from beautiful briar root. Briar is .... Click here to read more
The actual origins of the cigar goes back many years and spans many continents with with tobacco being grown and used many years ago by the Mayans, the indigenous people of Mexico and central America. The plant spread north and south and was used by more and more tribes, and was used everywhere by the time Christopher Columbus arrived in the Americas in 1412. The sailors tried it and discovered that they enjoyed smoking it, and when it was bro.... Click here to read more
Nicaragua was originally famous for its cigarette tobacco, before the rise of the cigar industry took place. The soil and climate of that in this country, allows for tobacco suitable for both cigarettes and cigars to be grown at a mass amount, making tobacco one of their biggest exports. Most of the Nicaraguan ciga.... Click here to read more
All Cuban Cigars are managed through the manufacturing process, quality control, promotion, distribution and exportation by Habanos SA and Cubatabaco – two state tobacco companies. Havana, the capital of Cuba, is well known for producing some of the finest cigars, in particular, the worl.... Click here to read more
Cigar accessories are not just to look ‘good’. They are there to help make your smoking experience the best it can be. For example, a cigar cutter is there to give the cigar a perfect cut, as opposed to a jagged cut or bite, that can ruin the way the smoke is spread throughout the cigar, and ruin the cigar. A cigar case is there to offer protection to your cigars, as they are at risk of damage .... Click here to read more