If our cigar posts are something you look forward to, you may want to visit James J. Fox in London to pick up your next few indulgences. James J. Fox is the world’s oldest cigar merchant, operating under the same name since it opened in Dublin in 1881 and moved to London in 1947. Their clientele includes movie stars, politicians, and regular people, with Winston Churchill being one of their London location’s most famous early customers. A small museum in the store commemorates important historical events in the cigar world as well as collects tobacco themed artifacts. Even though their museum’s supply isn’t for sale, the store’s vaults hold cigars made from before Castro took power, meaning you can still buy and smoke history if you have the money.
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