Cuban Cigars are in our Future as Relations are Restored

In 1962, right before United States President John F. Kennedy signed the trade embargo against Cuba, he asked his Media Director Pierre Salinger to get him all the Cuban cigars that were available in town. He wanted at least “1,000 Petit Upmanns.” Salinger came back with 1,200 of them. Kennedy then signed the embargo making the […]

Fatso Cigars are Once Again Available…While Supplies Last

The Berger and Argenti Fatso Cigar is once again available, but only while supplies last. We just received all the remaining Fatso cigars that were made. It’s only a few boxes but if you act quickly, you’ll get one of those precious boxes and see for yourself why every real aficionado wanted them when they […]

Dallas Mavericks Win Cigars for Mayor

When the Dallas Mavericks won the NBA championship by beating the Miami Heat, the Mayor of Dallas, Texas got more than a national championship team in his city.  Mayor Dwaine Caraway of Dallas had made a bet with Miami-Dade County’s Commission Chairman Joe Martinez and Commissioner Martinez paid up. Included were Miami hand-rolled cigars from Cuban Crafters, Stone Crabs and Cuban […]

Another Reason Not to Smoke a Cheap Cigar

Here’s yet another reason NOT to smoke a cheap cigar while you’re driving a car. In Madison, New Jersey an intersection was closed down for more than a half an hour while the Madison Fire Department extinguished a car fire. The Fire Chief said the interior of the silver Nissan was in flames when the […]

Florida’s Governor Rick Scott and His Victory Cigar

Rick Scott officially won the election and is Florida’s next Governor. It was a long campaign that included a stop at Cuban Crafters Cigars factory and store in Miami, Florida. The election was close and yes, it included a celebratory Victory Cigar! While Governor elect Rick Scott waited for the final results, he held a victory cigar in […]

Cigar Store Indian

The cigar store Indian has an interesting history. Wooden Indians have been displayed at tobacco shops for centuries and depict the Native Indians who introduced tobacco to the rest of the world. The tradition started during a time when store signs were pictorial because many customers could not read. By the 1800’s the wooden cigar-store Indian figure was kept on the […]

What Cigar Size Are You?

I recently read an article in Cigarcyclopedia about how men select the size of their cigars based on their own height and weight. While at first blush it might make sense, in practice it doesn’t. I know many tall men who enjoy Corona  and Robusto cigars, and many short ones that smoke long and fat […]

Cincinnati Reds Celebrate Win by Smoking Cigars

The Cincinnati Reds won the the National League Central title on Tuesday at the Great American Ball Park and celebrated while the team’s owner, Bob Castellini, passed out cigars. They opened the champagne bottles and lit up the cigars. What’s wrong with that? Well according to state documents, five people who saw the celebration on their television […]

Smokin in the Gables Cigar Event

Smokin in the Gables was part of the First Annual Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival, held today in Coral Gables, Florida. The event was a big success, notwithstanding the rain and heat, with thousands showing up to enjoy the culture, smoke cigars and indulge in Latin food and drinks. Cuban Crafters Cigars was happy to be a […]

Smoking Cigars with Jerome Corsi and Rusty Humphries

Author Jerome Corsi and Radio Host Rusty Humphries stopped by Cuban Crafters’ Mega Cigar Store to relax and enjoy cigars during their visit to Miami. They were in town for a conference and brought along publicist Tim Bueler. Dr. Corsi smoked his favorite Padron Aniversario, Rusty smoked a Medina 1959 Miami Edition Churchill followed by a Berger and Argenti Entubar […]

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