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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 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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Mesa Cigar Lounge - CCST



Soho House - CCST



Ambassador Cigars and Spirits - CCST



Blanc a Rouge - CCST



Brown Forman - CCST



2ND ST CIGAR CO. - CCST



Leafemme - CCST



Cigar Memories - CCST



Marcellas Fine Cigars and Tobaccos - CCST



HERficionado - CCST



Walter Blackburn - CCST



Karma Cigar Bar - CCST



King George Hotel - CCST



The Bespoke Company - CCST



VIntage Cigar Lounge - CCST



Suero Cigars - CCST



Wendy D. Dunn Wine Education - CCST



Jess Peters - CCST



Liquid Vessel - CCST



BLEND Bar with Davidoff Cigars - CCST



Legendarysmok - CCST



YBE Tobacco Group, LLC - CCST



Platinum Cigar Company - CCST



Jonathan Marks - CCST



Total Wine And More - CCST



Hotel Grande Bretagne - CCST



Fumee Inc - CCST



Tobacco Road Lounge - CCST



Scotland Yard Cigar and Spirits LLC - CCST



Chaloners and Co. - CCST



Paps Cigar Co - CCST



Todd Zisholtz MD - CCST



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Tobacconist Tip
#619
In addition to wrapper and binder leaf, premium cigars can contain another three to six distinct filler leaves. Actually, wrapper and binder use half a plant leaf, while fillers use partial leaves.

 
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