NYC's Mayor Bloomberg Enforces Stricter Tobacco Rules

Another big city is making moves towards stricter rules when it comes to tobacco products. Mayor Bloomburg of New York City has taken his focus off of large sugary drinks and is not concentrating on tobacco. Last week Bloomberg announced plans to prevent retailers from displaying tobacco items.

Bloomberg said the following on the new law: “The proposed law would prohibit display of tobacco products in most retail shops,” Bloomberg told NBC News. “Such displays suggest smoking is...

Posted by in Tex's Roundup on Mar 22, 2013 .
Cigar Charities Giving Back

It’s great to see the editor and publisher of Cigar Aficionado doing good by creating and hosting fundraisers for charities. A lot of cigar makers put charity on the top of their list and many are helping countries known for growing quality tobacco. Places like Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic and Honduras all have been devastated by massive storms and other elements of nature. Charities like the World of Montecristo Relief Organization and Cigar Family Charitable Foundation were...

Posted by in General on Mar 15, 2013 .
St. Patty's Day Cigars

This weekend most of you will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in some form or another. With St. Patty’s day comes drinking, partying, hanging with friends, attending parades and hopefully getting outside to enjoy warmer weather. When you get outside we hope you plan on relaxing with a premium cigar and what better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than to smoke a delicious green cigar?

At one point candelas were a popular cigar but now they are, as Cigar Aficionado put it,...

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