To ignite a cigarand#151watching the glossy tobacco transmute into silvery ash and blue smoke while savoring its complex, lingering flavorsand#151is to partake in a ritual that has been enjoyed for centuries by kings and courtesans, prime ministers and presidents, authors and artists. A cigar is a symbol of leisure, rite of passage, and celebratory gesture. All of these themes, as well as significant moments in cigar history, are explored with great affection and energy in this tasteful and entertaining volume. Specifications: Isbn: 9782759402687 6.0 x 8.5 in | 15.5 x 21.5 cm 80 Pages | 60 Images Hardcover
Nick Foulkes is an horology enthusiast, historian, author, and journalist. He has written books on subjects as diverse as James Bond and the Count d'Orsay, who was the subject of the biography Last Dandies. He is the author of The Carlyle, The Trench Book, Cigar Style, and Mikimoto, published by Assouline, as well as a special edition of High Society for watchmaker Vacheron Constantin.
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