At the Martiniville we
offer a fully stocked walk in humidor with over ten thousand
cigars from some of the worlds most well known cigar companies
as well as exclusive limited production cigars.
Our premium brands consist of Arturo Fuente,
Romeo y Julieta, Partagas, Punch, Montecristo, Avo and H. Upmann.
We are also the
only location in the world where you can enjoy the very limited
production and highly rated Quo Vadimus Cigar.
The Quo Vadimus
cigars are entirely
handmade in small batches by skilled master rollers. These
dedicated cigar professionals are proud of what they do, and you
will be impressed when you see the quality, rolling between your
delightful tastes and fragrant aromas, a cigar from Quo
Vadimus has those fine qualities and characteristics that
make them highly sought after by connoisseurs throughout the
world. They satisfy even the most demanding and
discriminating cigar smokers.
Representing over four generations of cigar-making
expertise, Arturo-Fuente cigars
offer one of thefinest smoking experiences today. These fine
cigars use only the highest quality vintage tobaccos and
hand workmanship and are on hand for your smoking pleasure
at The Cigar Bar and Grill.
Partagas cigars are named for their founder, Don Jaime
Partagas, who began manufacturing cigars in 1827. After his
death in 1889, the Partagas brand passed to the legendary
cigar master Ramon Cifuentes. Partagas cigars always deliver
the richest taste yet never come on too strong. In keeping
with that ideal, every Partagas is an invitation to savor
the artistry it takes to bring you this cigar, from the
richest of Cuban traditions to the richest of Cameroon
wrappers. There is no doubt about the full-bodied and
earthy, intense flavour of this line and it is still
produced in the Partagas factory. Partagas cigars also won
gold medals in at least three international expositions
between 1867 and 1884.
Considered one of the finest cigars on the market today and
one of Cuba's most recognizable brands, the Montecristo is a
cigar blended for the true connoisseur. Montecristo's are
rich, medium-bodied cigars with aromatic flavour, a
distinctive peppery finish and are impeccably constructed.
There are no machine-made shapes in this range. The brand
started only in 1935 as a new brand from Menendez, Garcia y
Cia., then the owners of the H. Upmann brand. The name is
reported to have been inspired by Alexandre Dumas' 1844
novel Le Comte de Monte Cristo. With a strong marketing
effort from Alfred Dunhill of London, this brand became the
most popular of all Havana exports and is the standard by
which all other Havanas are now judged.
The H. Upmann brand dates back to 1844, when German banker
Herman Upmann began using specially imprinted boxes of
cigars as promotional items for his banking firm. Offering a
mild to medium strength with a smooth flavor, this cigar is
available in almost two hundred different handmade and
machine-made sizes and shapes. The brand offers a mild to
medium strength with a smooth flavour. The success of this
brand was buoyed by the award of seven gold medals in seven
international exhibitions between 1862 and 1893; these
awards still adorn the lithographed interior of the box