Events



RUSKIN AVE. Cigar Co. events will be handcrafted. A full bodied premium function of exceptional standards balanced with rich meaning by attracting ultra true gentlemen blended with sharp qualities while enjoying a passionate tradition amongst peers. The curing will require time and experience from the moment the seed is planted. RACC will devote effort to creating one of the finest cigar clubs in the city.

Why we matter?

Only the most discriminating and elite cigar aficionados will attend RACC events. We understand that the smoking ban is coming to a city or town near you, so RACC will be the answer. We aim to build the perfect refuge for cigar aficionados who crave the satisfaction and pleasure of a fine cigar in a hassle-free environment. RACC will host private affairs to attract people to smoke fine cigars amongst peers.

Our events will feature an advised short menu of premium aged spirits: single malt scotches, bourbons and cognacs, a hearty provision of meat, good entertainment, prizes and industry's didactic information. Moreover, RACC's resourceful team will make this an educational experience by inviting experts to teach cigar & pipe smokers' proper techniques in cutting, lighting, reconditioning, humidification, smoking, re-lighting, cigar parting, and the importance of the band. Edification conferences with focus on different shapes and sizes, how the length and girth effects the character, what determines the flavor and colors, different types of fillers, binders, and wrappers, and the most important question asked "What is a premium cigar?"

RACC events will be more than just a room full of men puffing on cigars, but a knowledgeable and creditable asylum for cigar enthusiasts with helpful cigar advices.

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Testimony

"I smoked the Park Ave last night really a good smoke, perfect for unwinding after a long day of work. This cigar burns evenly, produces a substantial volume of smoke, and has a very good draw. I enjoyed the journey I took with this smoke from the spicy tones in the beginning and finishing the finial third with smooth sweet notes."      

Ken Amerson