James Fox Dublin Treasures – Part Two

17 Jun


nfc capI am extremely grateful to Rob & Stuart Fox, David McGrane, Andy Ryan and Yiorgos Menesis for their hospitality both during the AmiCigar weekend and in the basement of James Fox, Grafton St, Dublin.

We were shown historical boxes of cigars and a beautiful selection of their treasures plus given some outstanding lectures on the rarity and history of these gems.

Here is a pictorial gallery of some of the more important pieces that we had the pleasure to be shown.


For more of our AmiCigar week-end with J.J. Fox, see here :




7 Responses to “James Fox Dublin Treasures – Part Two”

  1. Keith Rowson 17/06/2014 at 17:20 #

    Great photos as always Nino! Have had the pleasure of visiting the hallowed vaults myself. The cigars maybe unique and rare, but it is the stories that go along with them that makes any visit special. Those H Upmann Figurados are something else!
    Please Habanos make some like this 🙂

    • Nino Munoz 17/06/2014 at 18:11 #

      Thanks Keith,

      happy you liked the posts, the stories are indeed very special as are the cigars.

      Hospitality by David, Rob, Yiorgios et al was excellent as you have experienced yourself.

      Happy Landings !


  2. Michel 18/06/2014 at 21:43 #

    Wonderful images, thank you again Nino! What a box of PL Magnums!

  3. Heiko 18/06/2014 at 21:56 #

    Definitely some nice cigars… I was happy enough to smoke a Por Larranaga MAgnum from the mid 70s (not from a dress box but a cabinet) a few years back…

  4. antonello 05/07/2014 at 15:02 #

    Pieces of habanos history.

  5. Simon Dove 01/10/2014 at 17:04 #

    Hi Nino, I was at J.J. Fox Dublin last summer but despite being invited by Rob to have a look at some of their treasures, I didn’t have time because I was with wife & daughter. So thanks for showing us all what I missed & next time the ladies get left in the hotel!

    • Nino Munoz 01/10/2014 at 17:34 #

      Sure thing, Simon,

      happy you liked the report and hoping you are able to see it next time in Dublin !!

      Rgds / Nino