Man hands holding a tuscan cigar

GoSigaro Toscano: the art and craftmanship behind the slow smoke

According to the legend, the Sigaro Toscano (tuscan cigar) was born by accident. Allegedly, when a sudden downpour hit Florence in 1815, a stock of Kentucky tobacco was first soaked and then naturally fermented because of the heat.


The Best Corner Of Italy That You’ve Never Heard Of: Le Marche

“I met Ciccioli through his friend Moreno Moretti, who owns the tour operator Italycharme and prides himself on getting guests off the beaten path and into less-visited parts of his country, doing so in high luxury and style.”