La Corona (Uster, Switzerland) Submitted by parkgarage 6/21/2014 8:39:17 AM Best cigar lounge in Switzerland. Big humidor offering a great variety of Cuban cigars as well as others. Plenty of different Whiskey, rum and other alcoholic drinks. Near Zürich.
The P&L Club-Cigar Emporium (Taipei, Taiwan) Submitted by Vyfchu 7/3/2013 11:32:19 PM Great place to kick back and relax, great smoke selection
The P&L Club-Cigar Emporium (Taipei, Taiwan) Submitted by Vyfchu 7/3/2013 11:32:20 PM Great place to kick back and relax, great smoke selection
Cigar Gallery 2 (Taipei, Taiwan) Submitted by Vyfchu 7/3/2013 11:37:08 PM Cozy, small place. Conveniently located close to 101 Tower
Whisgars (Bangkok, Thailand) Submitted by cigar-guy 9/13/2017 9:11:25 PM 3 locations central bangkok
My Cigar Corner (Bangkok, Thailand) Submitted by cigar-guy 9/17/2017 7:14:41 AM This is the only cigar shop/lounge that has both Cuban and non-Cuban cigars
Cohiba Atmosphere (Bangkok, Thailand) Submitted by cigar-guy 9/12/2017 10:02:40 PM Close to BTS Ploenchit station
Robert Graham (Edingburgh, United Kingdom) Submitted by jimmyG 4/19/2013 7:12:50 AM
Leeds, United Kingdom
Greens (Leeds, United Kingdom) Submitted by jimmyG 4/19/2013 6:58:24 AM Paul & Christine have been retailers for many of yrs, they have one of the best walk in Humidors i ever seen, they have a vast amount of knowledge and plenty of cigars to choose from.
The Edward Sahakian Cigar Shop at the Bulgari Hotel (London, United Kingdom) Submitted by Hapcigar 1/29/2013 9:20:59 PM This is a one of a kind shop. Every cigar sold is sourced exclusively from Edward Sahakian's personal collection taken from the private humidified keeps at St. James's.
The sampling lounge is top quality with a state of art air purifier. Food and beverages are supplied by the food service of the Bulgari Hotel which means it is of the highest quality.
This is not a everyday experience but it is the place to go for that special occasion or entertaining clients.
Segar and Snuff Parlour (London, United Kingdom) Submitted by QuikAF77 2/6/2013 8:33:52 AM Tiny little cigar and tobacco shop in Covent Garden. Small selection of CC's. Very helpful when I was there as a tourist and knew absolutely nothing about Cubans at the time. (Left with a PSD4 and some Bolivars)
Sautter of Mount Street (London, United Kingdom) Submitted by Hapcigar 6/24/2012 3:42:25 PM This shop specializes only on Cuban cigars. There is a focus on aged Cuban cigars. The shop is small but jammed pack with character. The sales staff is very knowledgeable about all things Cuban. The accessory selection is limited but unique. There are three chairs available to those customers who wish to "sample" the cigars they purchased and a cup of Cuban coffee is offered. Winston Churchill ( Yes, that guy again) lived above the shop when he returned to London after his time in Cuba. The shop hold tribute to him because of this fact.
JJ Fox of St. James (London, United Kingdom) Submitted by Hapcigar 6/24/2012 3:20:43 PM So much to say about this establishment. Cigars, pipes, tobacco, and accessories are sold on the ground level. If you purchase a cigar, you are allowed to "sample" it and the second floor has a lounge where you can have a cup of coffee or water. The are plenty of magazines and books to read while you sample. Although if there are others sampling cigars, you will be chatting instead of reading. Restrooms are located on the second floor.
The basement is the unique part of this establishment. It is here where you will enter a cigar museum. It is not very big but it has a number of unique items. Winston Churchill's last cigars, invoices of famous UK cigar lovers purchases and other historical connections between cigars and the UK. Admission is free but donations are requested.
The walk-in humidor is large with a solid collection of Cuban and non-Cuban cigars. Most of the sales staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. (There is one gent who could use sales training)
There is a good selection of cigar accessories (lighters, cutters, humidors, etc). Plus pipes, tobacco and such.
UK VAT and taxes on cigars is extreme therefore prices are high and still a visit to this shop is worth it.