Miami, an international city with a Cuban influence with its glamorous neighborhoods, trendy nightclubs, white sand beaches and iconic art deco buildings. This past weekend Miami was the host to the Dolphins and Lions football game, the final Formula One (F1) Festival of 2018, and the Miami Mega Herf. For those that are not familiar with[…]
If you ever visit Miami for business or pleasure and are a cigar enthusiast, one of the stops I am sure you would make is to Calle Ocho in Little Havana. It is a quaint part of town that maintains the Cubanesque feel from those that settled there during the Cuban Crisis in the 1960s.[…]
Press Release (Miami, Florida) October 20, 2016— Miami Cigar & Co. unveiled a fourth unique cigar blend to the Nestor Miranda Collection at the 2016 IPCPR in Las Vegas. The NMC Corojo was a hit at the show and many have been clamoring for its National release. The newly redesigned Nestor Miranda Collection was launched[…]
Little Havana, FL; a mecca for cigar lovers everywhere is not just a place for the consumer to buy some great hand rolled cigars but a place where even some of the finest cigars on the market are manufactured. It is where Willy Herrera, the master blender from Drew Estate came from and where you[…]
If you have ever been to Downtown Disney in Orlando Florida you may have come across the Sosa cigar shop. This small (660 Sq ft) premium cigar shop has more than 80 brands of cigars, including Auturo Fuente, Padron, Diamond Crown, Imperio Cubano and the much sought-after Fuente Fuente Opus XE. It has been in[…]
Calle Ocho Calle Ocho is the center of Cuban exile life in Miami. One could argue it is the center of Cuban exile in the world as well. Nowhere in the world can you find more Cubans (other than Cuba itself) or the lifestyle that they love. Cubans are, by and large, an accommodating and[…]
Ahhhh, Cuban coffee…. Not just espresso, but that sweet, creamy foam topped almost desert-like coffee that can only be found in the enclave of Miami known as Little Havana. We recently published a step by step method of making the perfect Cafe Cubano. If you missed it you can see it here.
Guillermo Pena Torpedo Maduro – Cigar Review I was visiting my friend Brook at Paradise Cigarz in Rockledge, Florida the other day. I decided I wanted to try something new and different form what I normally enjoy. Brook turned me onto the Guillermo Pena Maduro Torpedo. He said this was one of his favorite cigars so I decided to give it the chance of a[…]