110 Count Ltd Edition Humidor 

Natural Sycamore with Walnut Burl

250 Worldwide

Pirate Collection

Gun Collection

110 Count Ltd Edition Humidor

Walnut with Metalic Marquetry

100 Worldwide

Red or Yellow Sycamore in 75, 110, 200 and 300 Count Humidor

110 Count Black Sycamore Bi-Metal

Numbered but not limited

Egoist Ashtray

110 Count Ltd Edition Humidor

Black Sycamore with Dappled Mahogany

888 Worldwide 

Stars and Stripes Collection

Horse Collection

110 Count Ltd Edition Humidor

Green Sycamore with Dappled Mahogany

888 Worldwide 

Porcelain Ashtray

110 Count Ltd Edition Humidor

Red Gum wirth Metalic Marquetry

100 Worldwide

110 Count Humidor

Red, Blue & Natural Sycamore

110  & 200 Count  Humidor

Black Sycamore with Natural Sycamore Marquetry

Porcelain Ashtray

110 Count Black Sycamore Bi-Metal

Numbered but not limited

110 Count Ltd. Edition Humidor

Natural Sycamore 

99 Worldwide

110 Count Humidor

Macassar Ebony

30 Count Humidor

99 Available Worldwide

Wood Table Lighter with Metal Base

110 Count Ltd. Edition Humidor

Atlantic Jara with Black, Red & Natural Sycamore Marquetry

200 Worldwide

110 Count Ltd Edition Humidor

Purple & Yellow Sycamore

888 Worldwide 

110 Count Humidor

99 Available Worldwide

Casa Cubana Collection

A piece of Havana for maturing cigars...
Jewels of Spanish colonial architecture, Havana took its architectural development in the 17th century with the aristocratic families settled in the Caribbean and then in the late 19th century with the founding families of the first Cuban cigar factory. Its architecture has remained preserved from the ravages of modernism and buildings with colors faded by time, are evidence of the splendor of the Spanish imprint.

This collection is made of 9 different veneers with marquetry.  The roof & balcony are made of metallic transfer 

110 Count Ltd Edition Humidor 

Natural Sycamore with Walnut Burl

250 Worldwide

MAO Collection

75 Count Humidor

199 Available Worldwide

SPECIALTY COLLECTIONS

110 Count Humidor

Black Sycamore

Che Collection

There's a good chance Alberto Korda was responsible for the photos you've seen from the early, heady days of the Cuban Revolution –flag-waving campesinos, rifle-wielding barbudos, but also (and especially) Fidel and Che in their off-hours, fishing, enjoying a smoke, playing a legendary round of golf in battle fatigues at what was formerly a country club for Havana's elite. The world's most famous Cuban photographer snapped an estimated 55,000 Revolution-themed photos – quite an achievement in those pre-digital days, and in a place where photographic equipment and supplies weren't always readily available. But his real achievement, the one for which he will always be remembered, was his messianic Che Guevara image, which Korda entitled Guerrillero Heroico.

"It's incredible," the photographer recalls in Simply Korda, a new documentary that premiered in March in Havana to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Korda's iconic Che photo. "That has become the most reproduced image in the history of photography. And it was snapped on the spur of the moment, a coincidence."

110 Count Humidor

Black, Red, Blue & Natural Sycamore

Dragon Collection