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Luxury, exclusivity, status-for centuries, the cigar has been a symbol for the special and extraordinary. Cigar smoking, which began over 2,000 years ago with the Maya, is experiencing a huge renaissance today. The cigar is a recreational luxury item in high demand, a combination of craftsmanship and tradition with a cult following that is hard to top.

Connoisseur and cigar expert Cosima M. Aichholzer is one of the world’s leading authorities on cigars. There isn’t a cigar lounge in the world she has not travelled to, or a brand that she has not personally tested. In this standard reference work for all cigar experts and fans, the sophisticated Austrian provides authoritative answers to questions about the cigar’s history, production process, where tobacco for cigars is grown, how to buy and store cigars, and much more. Let us take you on an exciting and fascinating journey into the world of cigars. Learn more about the countries they come from, the raw materials that go into them, the craftsmanship involved in making them, and the world’s most beautiful cigar lounges, all shown in captivating pictures. Take a look at exclusive accessories, custom-made humidors, luxurious lighters, and many other items. So sit back, light up a cigar with celebrity fellow smokers, and peruse entertaining interviews that include tidbits like the cigar that Arnold Schwarzenegger finds unforgettable.

Aantal pagina's

220

Formaat

25 x 32

ISBN

9783832734695

Talen in dit boek

Duits, Engels, Frans

Uitgever

TeNeues

Uitvoering

Hardcover

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