Habano World

18/12/2011

Preparations for the Big Final of the 2012 International Habano Sommelier Contest, to take place within the 14th Habano Festival in February, continue to capture the attention of experts worldwide, who are choosing those that will represent their geographic regions or countries in the event.

18/12/2011

The Habano Academy continues to offer programs for the training of Cuban cigar specialists who would master core aspects of the world of Cuban cigars: selling techniques, preservation, manufacturing, marketing; and about current world trends..

24/10/2011

Havana House and La Casa del Habano in Canada organized the first golf tournament that took place at the Saint Raphael Golf Club in Montreal.

24/10/2011

Top Cigars Corporation, Habanos’ exclusive distributor in Russia, organized the second Montecristo Cup last September 8 in the Moscow Golf Club.

23/10/2011

La Casa del Habano franchise keeps reaching out around the world for the satisfaction of habano lovers. This time around, it has opened two new franchises located in Morocco and Costa Rica.

29/06/2011

A new store of the Casa del Habano franchise opened in The Hague, Netherlands, by the hand of CUBACIGAR BENELUX, S.A. company.

29/06/2011

The Casa del Habano franchise has added just another store following the opening of an establishment in Funchal Isla Madeira, Portugal, by the AXCAN LDA company.

29/06/2011

The Casa del Habano in Bremen, Germany, opened on March 20, 2011, in a ceremony presided over by Mr. Art Karounus and Cuba’s ambassador to that European country, Mr. Raúl Francisco Becerra Egaña.

27/02/2011

Amid the cheers and applauses of the 13th Habano Festival, authorities announced the upcoming grand meeting of customers and businesspeople linked to the Partagas brand in the month of April.

25/02/2011

In this demanding trade that comprises human beings gifted with good natural tasting and smelling sensors, these workers are sort of personal guardians of habanos’ quality, tradition and leadership, a staff inserted in the cigar factories’ so-called tasting commissions, strict bodies serving as juries that hand down decisions on brands and vitolas rolled in every factory in terms of aroma, strength and taste guidelines, depending on each and every blend. And they also call the shots when it comes to putting new habanos in the market.