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Colorado, United States
Havana Manor - Longmont ( Longmont, CO, CO, United States) Submitted by ewu 12/3/2012 10:45:26 PM Large, well-stocked walk-in humidor. Public and private lounges, members-only humidified lockers, free wi-fi.
Golden Leaf Pipes and Tobacco (Arvada, CO, United States) Submitted by PKAmmoTroop 7/20/2013 10:20:28 AM Very nice little B&M run by true died-in-the-wool cigar aficionados, this place specializes in boutique cigars rarely found in Colorado. Only the second retailer in CO to carry Viaje cigars, and the first (of two) retailers in CO to carry my favorite boutique; Emilio. What this place lacks in seating, TV's and other distractions it more than makes up for with quality cigars.
Johnny's Cigar Bar (Boulder, CO, United States) Submitted by ewu 12/3/2012 10:41:33 PM One of the only places to smoke a cigar indoors in Boulder. Friendly staff, good selection at the bar, small selection in the humidor but well-maintained. Prices what you'd expect from a place serving drinks.
Eads News & Smoke Shop (Boulder, CO, United States) Submitted by ewu 12/3/2012 10:52:50 PM A large, venerable Boulder institution known mostly for its news and magazine stands. There's a walk-in humidor, but it's poorly stocked and the grumpy staff seems to know little about it.
Smoker Friendly Brighton (Brighton, CO, United States) Submitted by PKAmmoTroop 7/20/2013 8:44:30 AM Part of a much larger chain. This Smoker Friendly has a fairly nice humidor and a staff that is knowledgeable and has a talent for finding just the right cigar when you're stuck for a brand. SF has their own line of low priced cigars.
Stag Tobaconnist (Colorado Springs, CO, United States) Submitted by 1sgjeffward 2/18/2013 11:10:57 PM Colorado Springs premier tobacconist, featuring the largest humidor in the Rocky Mountain region. Very nice selection and decent prices.
Old West Cigar Company (Colorado Springs, CO, United States) Submitted by 1sgjeffward 2/18/2013 11:13:57 PM They do tons of events and are very active in the local cigar community. If your going through the CS area you really should check their site for events first.
Gordons Cigars (Colorado Springs, CO, United States) Submitted by 1sgjeffward 2/18/2013 11:16:48 PM A premium tobacconist located in Colorado Springs, carrying a wide variety of cigars and accessories. Offer two smoking lounges, front lounge for the enjoyment of all patrons and a private lounge with two big screen TV's and much more for club members. All military and retired military get a 10% discount store wide.
Shotgun WIllies (Denver, CO, United States) Submitted by Akkahuna 6/30/2012 7:47:51 PM Nice strip bar in Denver and the stogies are goooood
Palma Cigars (Denver, CO, United States) Submitted by stogie_foggie 4/9/2008 11:44:37 PM Clay, the owner, rolls his own cigars in LoDo. He is a renaissance man of sorts, cuts hair, does real estate and now rolls cigars. He has a wide variety of flavors, styles and it is pretty neat to see him roll. Plus, he is heading a campaign to support the troops bu sending cigars to Iraq. It's a little out of way, but I try to get over there when I can.
Havana's Fine Cigars (Denver, CO, United States) Submitted by stogie_foggie 4/9/2008 11:39:41 PM This place is literally a 2 minute walk from where I work. Makes it nice to spend the lunch hour having a cigar or just looking at new stock. The owner keeps up on cigar trends so he usually has something new at all times. The prices are a little high, bit so are all cigar shops these days. Good place if you are ever in Denver!
Delanies (Denver, CO, United States) Submitted by Michaelbevans61 6/27/2013 4:07:51 AM We went in to this place before a Rockies game one day. It's unlike any place I have ever been in. It gives you the old classic cigar lounge feel, with a hip and modern feel of downtown denver. The minute you walk in the food and cigar smells fill your nose. If you ever get the chance stop by and have a smoke. Just bring your wallet, the selection is not that great and what they do have is a little bit pricey.
Delaneys Ciagr bar and Lounge/The Celtic Tavern (Denver, CO, United States) Submitted by Akkahuna 6/21/2012 10:39:47 PM The Best Cigar Bar in Denver! Enjoy a drink, relax, grab a bite to eat and enjoy a smoke. Private rooms, cozy atmosphere, drink specials, great food, great service and plenty of whiskies. An Irish Pub that feels like a pub. Right next to (2 blocks) from Coors Field (Colorado Rockies).
Cigars on 6th (Denver, CO, United States) Submitted by vw77guy 3/9/2010 12:35:08 AM I'm fairly new to the Denver area and today was the first time I got to go into Cigars on 6th. I saw it a time or two before and then looked it up online. I included the website and it is worth a look at. The place had a great feel to it; Very old school. There were a few gents inside having a smoke and they made me feel right at home. It was like one big cigar smoking family sittin around for a family reunion. The manager, Mike, was very nice and easy to talk to. The entire shop had such an old world feeling that was a pleasure sitting down for a smoke. The walls are full of old pictures and tobacco posters... It's hard to describe. There are good pictures of the shop on the website. The humidor its self is not the biggest in the world but I found the selection to be all top shelf. You won't be finding any Swisher Sweets or Backwoods at this establishment!! The icing on the cake is an old fashion boot blaken and a barber. I'm more of a Chuck Taylor kind of guy so I'm not too focused on a high gloss on my Italian black leather loafers, but it's a nice feature to tie in an old world dying profession. I am however a big fan of a hot shave and a haircut by a professional barber all while having a fine cigar. For $25 you sit down and get man pampered. I plan on scheduling my next haircut there. Like I said, this was my first visit, but from my experience, I would recomend stopping in for some good company from fellow smokers and an ambiance that's hard to beat.
Churchill Bar (in the Brown Hotel) (Denver, CO, United States) Submitted by elmokfo 9/5/2010 8:37:09 AM The Brown Palace Hotel is a beautiful old hotel in Downtown Denver originally owned by the husband of Molly Brown (Titanic). The Churchill bar is a great place to an enjoy a cigar in a wonderful atmosphere. During our first visit my wife and I enjoyed an Arturo Fuente 8-5-8 there and will certainly return in the future.
Capitol Cigar (Denver, CO, United States) Submitted by Akkahuna 6/23/2012 1:50:39 AM
Located just a few blocks from the Capitol, this medium sized, uber friendly cigar lounge welcomes all with open arms. LARGE comfortable leather chairs and couches, and a full bar make this an ideal afternoon or late night HERF hangout. There's a seperate media lounge with reclining theater seats and a really WELL stocked humidor
Upload first public photo Smokey Monkey Pipes & Tobacco (Fort Collins, CO, United States) Submitted by 1sgjeffward 5/6/2013 11:53:24 AM Not a bad little place. Caters more towards pipes and pipe tobacco but a decent little selection of cigars. Very nice staff the will go out of their way to be helpful. There is a much younger crowd due to it's proximity to the CSU campus but worth a visit.
Edward's Pipe & Cigar Shop (Fort Collins, CO, United States) Submitted by elmokfo 3/8/2009 6:45:47 AM State that the have the largest humidor north of Denver and they don't disappoint. A nice little shop with a very friendly staff.
Al's Newsstand (Fort Collins, CO, United States) Submitted by 1sgjeffward 5/6/2013 11:57:36 AM This is your classic little Newspaper/Magazine rack. Just about any News or other magazine you could want and more. For a small stand they sell a wide selection of over 15 major brands. They also carry a limited line of pipes and pipe tobacco. Has a very cozy old style feeling to it and is a great place to just sit, read and have a nice cup of coffee.