Save the date, December 15th, from 6:00PM to 10:00PM for the annual Cigars On State Christmas Party! As per usual, we will have Christmas Dinner, flowing beverages, and mirthful camaraderie. More information is to come, but get this thing on your calendar!Read More →

Towards the end of the Obama Administration, the President not only relaxed travel restrictions to Cuba but also allowed for Cuban cigars to be brought back from Cuba and other countries where Cuban goods are legal. Despite these relaxed restrictions, it was still illegal to import and sell Cuban cigars in the United States. Many in the US cigar industry saw this as a slight as it created an uneven playing field for US retailers and manufacturers that cater to the US market because there was no opportunity for retailers to import cigars or use Cuban tobacco in cigars for the US market. It alsoRead More →

Join us for a special event on May 26th from 6PM-10PM with Alec Bradley Cigars! We’ll be discounting all Alec Bradley boxes 40% to give you the most bang for your buck and to help you stock up for Memorial Day! If you’d like to pre-order a box to guarantee we have it in stock for the event, please contact us. Deadline for special order is Friday the 19th at 5PM.Read More →

In this post we’re going to go over some minor cigar myths that, while important to debunk, don’t necessarily warrant a full post by themselves. If you’ve fallen for these myths, don’t feel bad, we’re just now entering the golden age of cigar information. The White Ash Myth – I’m sure you’ve heard that a white ash is indicative of a quality cigar and a good roll. Both of these claims are false. The color of the ash of your cigar has everything to do with the nutrient content of the soil in which the tobacco was grown. Soils with a higher calcium content willRead More →

Our Cigar of the Week is the 93-Rated Joya Black by Joya de Nicaragua! This medium bodied cigar uses a San Andres wrapper over a Nicaraguan binder and Nicaraguan fillers, making for a smooth, sweet, and slightly spicy smoke! The Kentucky Fire Cured Swamp Thang is now in stock! Drew Estate’s latest creation marries Kentucky Fire Cured tobacco and candela tobacco, creating a sweet, smoky, and floral cigar. We have also received a limited amount of Undercrown Shade Flying Pigs! The blend is the same as the Undercrown Shade and the sizes makes this limited smoke incredible! Stop in and get yours while they last!Read More →

Cigar nomenclature can be vague at best and confusing at its worst. You’ve probably heard quite a few names used to describe a cigar like boutique or premium and we’re going to break that down here for you and also give you a little insight into the cigar industry. In the US cigar market, there isn’t really an official definition for what a cigar is. This not only causes regulatory confusion but can also cause confusion among consumers because you can find everything from a filtered, flavored tobacco product to a Cohiba labeled as a cigar. You may have noticed a few years back theRead More →

We will be open regular hours Friday, April 14th and Saturday, April 15th. We will be closed Sunday, April 16th in observance of Easter.Read More →

One of the most prevalent myths surrounding cigars is the darker the wrapper, the stronger the cigar. While you can determine a few things from the color of wrapper tobacco, strength is not one of them. Before we get into debunking this myth though, we have a few things to go over because there is a little more surrounding this myth than just the darkness of wrapper tobacco. First, it’s important to understand the components of a cigar. A cigar has three parts: filler, binder, and wrapper. Each of these parts effect the way your cigar tastes, the effect it has on your palate, andRead More →

Matt here, One of the most frequently asked questions I get this time of year is “I’ve kept nothing in my humidor all winter, how do I get my humidor ready now that spring is here?” I’ll go over what you need to do to get your humidor back in working order and give you some advice so you don’t have to prep your humidor every spring. If you’ve left your humidor empty for the past few months, there’s a good chance you’ll have to re-season it. Seasoning introduces moisture to the Spanish Cedar inside your humidor, if the Spanish Cedar is not seasoned, itRead More →