Storage for Both Cigars and Wine in One Wall of Custom Cabinets

| June 3, 2013

Read how this homeowner combined his love for wine & cigars into one unique storage solution.

Don’t Let Tobacco Beetles Get Under Your Skin

| May 11, 2012

Tobacco beetles, also known as cigar or cigarette beetles, are a tiny but tough enemy for cigar collectors. The first sign of trouble may be a tiny pin hole in the outer leaf of one of your prized cigars, but by the time the beetle has bored through to the outside, he has lived his […]

Vigilant Inc. Gives D.C.’s Oldest Tobacconist a New Look

| April 4, 2012

W. Curtis Draper, third oldest tobacconist in the U.S., made the best of a bad situation when they had to move out of the DC location where they had done business for 20 years. Their new location, next to the White House gift shop, is twice as spacious as the old store, and features Vigilant […]

Building a Cigar Smoking Room

| September 7, 2010

Interested in having a place of your own to enjoy a good cigar? An indoor smoking room is an ideal setting, especially during cold winter months or in places where indoor smoking is not allowed.