Decent Cigar Emporium, Dublin

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Located at the Stephen's Green end of Grafton Street, the Decent Cigar Emporium provides a haven for cigar smokers.

The colonial ambiance can be enjoyed with a cup of Cuban coffee as one relaxes into a leather chair while the aromas of quality tobacco and coffee ignite the senses.
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  • Old school shop setting, well displayed cigars and a great variety. Staff were very helpful to the customers and dressed well.  more »
  • Have been going here for a few years and since my first visit when I hadn't a clue about cigars the people here have been nothing but welcoming you might think a cigar place on graffton street would b...  more »
  • It was an impressive place but I did not want to buy $300 worth of Cuban cigars, I just wanted to buy one to have while I was in Dublin. This might be the place for some people but not for your averag...  more »
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  • I was there once . I have asked for inka cigars from peru. It's budget cigars actually..You can not get the same luxury taste like H.Upmann, Cohibas, Partagas or Monte Cristos but you could get the same satisfaction like jose l. piedra or quinteros budget cigars easily even these inka's not cuban..Anyway, inca's exist in their web site but not in their shop. As a result, their website is not up to date unfortunately. Normally, in London all cigar shop workers could redirect you to equivalent cigar labels but they did not even bother to redirect me to any budget alternative labels and this is not friendly customer relationship...
  • Cigars are much more expensive than anywhere else in Europe, but the situation is the same in the rest of the city. The choice isn't the widest, but it does offer some brands that you can't find in other shops in town. It also offers a cigar of the week for a lowered price which is a great way to discover new cigars.
  • The only and best proper cigar shop in Ireland i travel from wexford every time i need cigars superb staff
  • A good selection of cigars, but not a large variety to chose from.
  • I went to buy a Macanudo or any other, But the Staff was horrible, Avoid this Shop!

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