About AP Cigars

Like the best tobacco stores around the world, AP Cigar's inventory is loaded with premium brands from Arturo Fuente to Rocky Patel. You won't find Swisher Sweets here but we do sell Acid flavored cigars. If your preferred brand is more obscure, let us know. We'll get it for you.

"Ladies and gentlemen, you may smoke."
We opened this cigar lounge because many of us "aren't allowed" to smoke at home and we're not about to give up our stogies. This is your man cave away from home. Settle into a comfy chair and watch "the game" on our big screen.

We don't sell liquor but we have plenty of glasses. Lots of smokers leave their whiskey here. Come have a drink and bring a bottle to share.

AP Cigar also sells the best hardware
  • Cigar Cutters
  • Cigar Lighters
  • Cigar Ash Trays
  • AP Cigar Branded Merchandise
We accept all forms of payment. We would even consider an IOU.
Friendliest smoke shop in the area. Knowledgeable staff and huge inventory!
from Wikipedia

A cigar is a rolled bundle of dried and  fermented tobacco leaves made to be smoked. They are produced in a wide variety of sizes and shapes. Since the 20th century, almost all cigars are made up of three distinct components: the filler, the binder leaf which holds the filler together, and a wrapper leaf, which is often the best leaf used. Often the cigar will have a band printed with the cigar manufacturer's logo. Modern cigars often come with 2 bands, especially Cuban Cigar bands, showing Limited Edition (Edicion Limitada) bands displaying the year of production.

Cigar tobacco is grown in significant quantities primarily in Central America and the islands of the Caribbean, including Cuba, the Dominican RepublicHaitiHondurasMexicoEcuadorNicaraguaGuatemalPanama, and Puerto Rico; it is also produced in the Eastern United States, the Mediterranean countries of Italy and Spain (in the Canary Islands), and in Indonesia and the Philippines of Southeast Asia.

The origins of cigar smoking are still unknown. A Guatemalan ceramic pot dating back to the tenth century features Mayan smoking tobacco leaves tied together with a string.