Miami, Florida– Little Havana on Calle Ocho is a hub made up of rich Cuban culture and heritage. It is also home to the oldest cigar factory in the United States, the El Credito Cigar Factory. Take a tour of the factory and watch as the cigars are hand rolled to perfection. Whether you are a novice smoker or a cigar aficionado, you can’t leave Little Havana without enjoying a stogie. Most of the cigars found in Little Havana are Cuban seed tobacco grown in the Dominican Republic or Nicaragua, and are some of the closest you can get to real Cuban cigars in the United States.
Drew Estate Cigar Safari– Cigar enthusiasts are invited to a 3 nights-4 day tour to the Drew Estate’s cigar factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. This one-of-a-kind adventure allows you to experience the mystery and intrigue behind the making of Drew Estate cigars. The trip includes all meals, transportation, accommodations, a visit to Granada and Esteli City, the Drew Estate factory tour, and a volcano and farm tour. Drew Estate is the creator of some of the most popular cigars including Acid cigars, Ambrosia cigars, and Natural cigars.
Las Vegas, Nevada– In Sin City, anything goes. It is one of the only places in America where cigar smoking is permitted, even encouraged, indoors. So feel free to light up a stogie while at the blackjack table. Casa Fuente, from Arturo Fuente cigars, is a not-to-be-missed cigar destination while in Vegas. This cigar lounge, located inside the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace, offers one of the best mojitos found in Vegas and a walk-in humidor filled with Arturo Fuente cigars.
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