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Get Certified: Certified Cigar Sommelier Tobacconist (CCST)

The CCST degree is designed to serve the hospitality industry, including fine dining establishments, golf/country clubs, casino lounges, and wine/liquor/cocktail bars and stores. The curriculum and final exam is specially tailored to meet the service needs of these businesses and customers. This professional certification is only available to employees/customers of participating CCST companies. Click here to learn more about the CCST program.


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Certified Cigar Sommelier Tobacconists

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For The Love Of Cigars - CCST

Bossman Cigar Lounge - CCST

Hotel Grande Bretagne - CCST


Pure Stogie Smoke - CCST

Spurgeons Cigars - CCST

Humidor Hounds, LLC - CCST

Finest Hour Cigars - CCST

Anita Sutton - CCST

The Vintage Whiskey and Cigar Bar - CCST

Paragon Insurance Services - CCST

Brown Forman - CCST

Vintage Cigar Lounge - CCST

Liquid Vessel - CCST

Plume Cigar Lounge - CCST

The Lyceum - CCST


Daniel H Engel Jr - CCST

The Rooster Smokehouse LLC - CCST

Mesa Cigar Lounge - CCST

Gotham Cigar Enthusiasts - CCST

Platinum Cigar Company - CCST

Marcellas Fine Cigars and Tobaccos - CCST

Patrick Glenwright - CCST

Cigar Trappings - CCST

Leaf and Grape - CCST

Suero Cigars - CCST

Red Phone Booth - CCST

Brandon T. Denton, MBA - CCST

Silverback Cigar Crew - CCST


Tobacconist University - CCST

Whiskey Culture - CCST

Darwin Darling - CCST

BLEND Bar with Davidoff Cigars - CCST

Havana Cigar Lounge - CCST


VelocityCigarReview - CCST

Karma Cigar Bar - CCST

Legendarysmok - CCST

Jonathan Marks - CCST

Vector 3 Entertainment - CCST

Cigar Group LLC - CCST

Cultured Cigar Concierge - CCST


Walter Blackburn - CCST

Wilson Choi - CCST

Scotland Yard Cigar and Spirits LLC - CCST

The Dog House Cigar Bar - CCST

Tobacco House - CCST

Fat Lion Cigars - CCST

Talking Stick Resort - CCST

Fumee Inc - CCST

Tobacco Road Lounge - CCST

King George Hotel - CCST

Detroit Athletic Club - CCST

Wordens Market - CCST

Leafemme - CCST

Nicholas Olson - CCST

Cigar Central - CCST

Thankful Burt - CCST

Casa de Puros - CCST

Wendy D. Dunn Wine Education - CCST

Cigar Memories - CCST

OS Wine Pub - CCST

Hugo Enterprises, LLC - CCST


Wine and Spirits Retail Marketing - CCST

Bohemian Cigar Chic - CCST

Tribe Cigar and Tobacco - CCST

CT Cigar Team - CCST

Out of the smoke (mobile cigar lounge) - CCST

Perfect Draw Cigar Lounge - CCST

Concierge Cigars, LLC - CCST

The George and Dragon British Pub LLC - CCST

Giacobetti - CCST

ProPalate - CCST

Studio Cigar Lounge - CCST

Rafael Management - CCST

Kristjan Johnson - CCST

Hidden Gem Cigars - CCST

Todd Zisholtz MD - CCST

Toro - CCST

Bon Vie Mobile Cigar Lounge, LLC - CCST

Shu Fai Li - CCST

Blanc a Rouge - CCST

Anuj Inc. - CCST

KAPNOS cigar bar - CCST

Honchettes and Company - CCST

Soho House - CCST

Leanne Stewart - CCST

Paps Cigar Co - CCST

CigarSmokingChick - CCST

Jack and Sadies Cigar Lounge - CCST

Tasting Smoke - CCST


The Balvenie - CCST

Calada Cigar Services and Essentials - CCST

The Cigar and Scotch co - CCST

Cross Palate - CCST

Cigars on the Boulevard - CCST

Jess Peters - CCST

The Cigar Team - CCST

High End Cigars - CCST

Cigar-x - CCST

Cape Fear Cigar Experience, LLC - CCST

Chaloners and Co. - CCST

TLCS Consulting - CCST

Tobacco Business Magazine - CCST

William Penoyer - CCST

Rock Paper Cigars - CCST

Evolution Hospitality - CCST

Reserve Cigar Company, LLC - CCST

Safire Cigars - CCST

Bobby Dixon PR - CCST

Ambassador Cigars and Spirits - CCST

La Cubana Cigar and Wine Lounge - CCST

HERficionado - CCST


The Bespoke Company - CCST

YBE Tobacco Group, LLC - CCST

Good Smoke LLC - CCST

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Tobacconist Tip
Antique humidors from the early and middle Twentieth Century were typically lined with tin or glass. These non-porous materials allow the oils that emerge from cigar aging to stay on the cigars rather than be absorbed by the hygroscopic Spanish Cedar during fluctuations in humidity.

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