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"relax - enjoy"

Most cigar smokers are hard-working individuals who look forward to relaxing with a good smoke. 


There is one simple factor that can determine whether or not a drink will pair well, and that’s the body. The first step to determining how a drink will pair with a cigar is to match the body. 

Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Monserrate (Centro Habana) Havana

              The church of Our Lady of Montserrat located on Avenida de Italia (or Galiano) and Concordia is not the original structure or location.

The Lost Art of Embedded Sidewalk Signage (Havana)

                     If you've gotten this far (actually reading the post) some of you might be wondering what I'm talking about. Let

Calle Neptuno (Havana)

                  Anyone who's visited Havana has either walked on or by Calle Neptuno. It runs from the Northwest corner of Parque Central,

Iglesia de San Francisco de Asis (Havana) August 2019

              The "Iglesia de San Francisco de Asis" was originally a modest building constructed in 1575 by the Franciscan Order. It was demolished in

Mercado Calle 19 y 42 (Havana)

                   There are several large and many small open markets scattered across Havana where you can get a variety of fruits and

Porticos of Havana (July 2019)

Porticos of Havana                 According to Wikipedia; A portico (from Italian) is a porch leading to the entrance of a building, or extended as

Museo Casa de México Benito Juárez (Havana)

                 You can't stroll more than a hundred meters through Habana Vieja without walking by one or several museums along the way. As

A Walk Along Calle Monserrate (Havana) Part 2

                     Last month I posted a piece about this important street but when it came down to choosing the pictures it

Pinar del Rio (A Pictorial) May 2019

                    Most of the times I travel to Cuba I take a side trip to Pinar del Rio to visit friends

Fusterland (Havana) May 2019

                  Jose Fuster was born in 1946 in Caibarien, a little seatown on the north side of the island in the Villa

Lamparilla Tapas Y Cervezas (Havana Restaurant) return visit

                      I used to come here more often in the past but with all the new restaurants opening up we

A Walk Along Calle Monserrate (Havana)

                          Monserrate is still one of the most important streets in Havana, it's almost certain that you will

La Terraza (Havana) still one of our favourite restaurants

                   My wife and I have been coming here for years and although we don't come as often, with all the new

Doors of Havana (May 2019)

                     I have done two of these posts in the past, the last one being in 2016. Walking through the streets

Miramar Trade Center (Playa, Miramar, Havana) May 2019

                     Shopping in Cuba can be quite the adventure for a tourist. I don't want to tell you what it's like

Parroquia del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús y San Ignacio de Loyola (Havana)

                    This church is located on Avenida Simon Bolivar (Reina), a street that takes you right into Old Havana by the

El Cochinito (Restaurant-Bar) Vedado, Havana

                     Normally I wouldn't go to a state-run restaurant but I couldn't resist this time. I walked or drove by this

Parque Princess Diana (Habana Vieja) Havana

                   Wow, I only read about this place a year or two ago and now that I'm doing my research I realize

Faces of Cuba (May 2019)

                      I have done a couple of these pictorials already, showing regular Cuban people during their everyday routines sometimes caught

Taller Experimental de Grafica (Habana Vieja) April 2019

                   Jutting out from the side of the Plaza de La Catedral is a little dead end street called "Callejon del Chorro".

"Half Humidor & Half Bar"

The best way to experience our Humibars is to indulge in the delectable items below. Follow the aromas and choose the most enticing item from your local supplier to satisfy your palate.

A little knowledge

"Humidors all shapes and sizes"

Humidors have been around for hundreds of years now, but really hadn’t caught on until the early 1800s when they were made with solid wood that was nailed together and featured a hinge. These, obviously, were called Nailed Wood Humidors (NW for short), and were some of the most basic humidors available. However, this variety is still prevalent today with some of the higher end offerings making NW humidors. As people with wealth gained affection towards stogies, humidors became more decorative and included extra features such as clasps, locks, and more intricately designed hinges

Humidor makers have greatly honed their skill at properly making humidors for every walk of life, and one of those lifestyles is the smoker on the go. To meet this group of people’s needs, there are a wide variety of high quality travel humidors available that are not made of wood. Instead, these ingenious cigar savers are made of highly durable plastics lined with porous foam to help trap humidity and keep your cigars safe. 

"The Art of Rolling Cuban Cigars"

Cuban cigars are world famous. They are known to be the very best cigars on the market. The fact is that tobacco has been grown in Cuba for hundreds of years, and manufacturers have been producing cigars in that country since the time of King Phillip II of Spain (1527-1598)


Our Mission

Is to unite people who are interested in cigar culture and want to discover a new experience of smoking cigars. We want to promote the cigar culture while enjoying fine spirits, sharing the valuable history and introducing new cigars to your friends and relatives.

HUMIBAR - Art Deco

A Cigar Humidor

A cigar humidor is a box or a room that keeps constant humidity, used to store cigars, cigarettes, and pipe tobacco. Cigar humidors are made from one three types of wood: Spanish cedar, American Red Cedar, or Honduran Mahogany. Spanish cedar, unlike the name suggests, does not originate from Spain. It comes out of the rain forests of Brazil and Central America.

"If I cannot smoke cigars in heaven, I shall not go!”

Mark Twain

Atlanta, Georgia