The 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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  • 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 »
  • A warm place where choice and professional advice. Very nice and a bubble to travel to the Caribbean in the middle of this city gray.
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  • Cigars are moldy and expensive. I really was shocked they would not pull out the bad sticks. Generally when this happens, it gets all the sticks. Seems a thrown together store to sell tourist bad cigars at a high price. Avoid this place.
  • Friendly staff, good atmosphere and good prices
  • They have a very good selection of cigars. The staff are knowledgeable and can provide guidance, whether it's your first cigar, or something different from what you traditionally buy. Prices for cigars in Ireland are the 2nd highest in the EU but this place seems to be one of the most reasonably priced I've found in Ireland.
  • Walking into this shop will leave you with a feeling of displeasure, so avoid it. Rather go to Peterson, James Fox or online. In terms of customer service: some staff are arrogant, obnoxious (for example he will throw the products on the counter if he doesn't like your head). Also, cigars are overpriced: 10 mini partagas for 20 Euros, 10 hamlet for 30 Euros.
  • Every member of the team is a pleasure to deal with. Always engaging and good fun, plus they make the best Latte this side of Havana!!!

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