25 October 2010

The Scariest Cigar Event... EVER!


Saturday October 30, 2010
$40 p/p

2 Tatuaje The Face cigars, snacks and drinks plus first shot at purchasing the Columbus Circle stock of FACE/HALLOWEEN cigars. 

We'll also be watching The Shining!


12 October 2010

Out of the Humidor: Zino Chateau

There is a new Zino in town.  We're not sure how long it will be here or when we'll get more, but the good news is we have a few... VERY few!  The Zino Chateau will officially launch some time in the future... however before it does, the Davidoff stores in New York City and our customers are fortunate to get a little sneek peek into this delicious new direction and new brand extension.

The Zino Chateau is made by Davidoff in the Dominican Republic.  It features all aged Dominican filler tobaccos including Piloto Cubano, San Vicente and Criollo.  The binder is a specially fermented Dominican Olor, and the cigar is finished with a gorgeous Ecuadorian-grown Connecticut wrapper.

The cigars are really beautiful, both in look and taste.  They have a wonderfully creamy character with a hint of spice right from the beginning.  The rich smoke has a touch of sweetness and is quite complex with lingering spiciness, nuts and a touch of earth. 

The robusto-sized cigars are available while they last in boxes of ten cigars for $85 per box plus applicable taxes.  Contact a NY Davidoff Store now!

535 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10022
tel +1.212.751.9060

The Shops at Columbus Circle
10 Columbus Circle Suite 104A
New York, New York 10019
tel. +1.212.823.6383


08 October 2010

Proposed Smoking Ban in Parks and Beaches

The Mayor of New York City is at it again.  The former smoker is supporting legislation to ban smoking from all of New York City's 29,000 acres of parks and 14 miles of beaches.  The argument for this particular measure is backed by unspecific "studies" and "experts" and uses both health risks and littering as the major arguments for the case.

It is absurd to believe that the second hand smoke in a park is more dangerous than the already present pollutants from car and truck exhaust, restaurant hoods, street vendors, etc...  And there are already strict laws forbidding littering. 

There is a hearing on Thursday, October 14 at City Hall.  Please take the time between now and then to express your opposition to this ridiculous legislation.

CLICK HERE  for a virtual petition, or visit any New York City Retailer to sign a petition.  If it happens in New York it could happen anywhere.  EVERY SIGNATURE COUNTS!