Cigars

Cigars from around the world - find your cigar here. Remember that the new Government has confirmed the previous Government's 10% increase in Excise Tax on Jan 1st each year.

Please click on each blue underlined heading to go through to the product level page and order or see more detail.

  • Cuban Cigars
    All necessary information about Cuban cigars can be found at https://www.cubancigarwebsite.com as it is not permitted to present this information on a New Zealand website. The specific page https://www.cubancigarwebsite.com/cigar/information is an excellent read for those who would like an overview of the facts about Cuban cigars. Click on the blue heading above for information about and access to the brands: Bolivar, Cohiba, Cuaba, Diplomatico, Fonseca, Guantanamera, H. Upmann, Hoyo de Monterrey, Montecristo, Partagas, Punch, Romeo y Julieta.
  • Dominican Republic Cigars
    Click on the blue heading above for information about and access to the brands: Don Diego, Macanudo, Tatiana, White Owl.
  • Swiss Cigars
    Not well known for producing cigars but Switzerland has some famous brands with tobacco leaves sourced from around the world.
  • Dutch Cigars
    Click on the blue heading above for information about and access to the brands: Henri Wintermans (incl. Cafe Creme), Schimmelpenninck, Van Hartog, Amanda, Harvest, Wee Willem.
  • American Cigars
    Click on the blue heading above for information about and access to the brands: Colts.
  • German Cigars
    Click on the blue heading above for information about and access to the brands: Candlelight, Harvest.
  • Cigar Cases
    Secure air-flow resistant storage for your prize cigars.
  • Cigar Cutters
    There are many types of cigar cutter available to match your cigar.
  • Cigar Humidors
    A humidor is any kind of box or room with constant humidity, used to store cigars, cigarettes, or pipe tobacco. For private use, small wooden or acrylic glass humidor boxes for a few dozen cigars are used, while cigar shops may have walk-in humidors, sometimes consisting of a whole floor. Humidors can be used to store other goods for which a certain level of humidity is desirable. Humidors of all sizes use hygrometers to keep track of the humidity levels. Information courtesy Wikipedia.