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Tobacco Road – El Paso, Texas

Submitted by Rob on February 3, 2010 – 5:30 am6 Comments

I would expect to enter a realm of great cigars in the dusty land of El Paso, Texas where the tobacco tax hits 00.01 cents. Unfortunately this was not the case and the cigar lounges are few and desolate. However I did encounter, to what my humble opinion believes, a great boutique smoking paradise – Tobacco Road.

Upon entering Tobacco Road you are greeted with a very clean and elegant smoking environment. This spacious area provides you with smoking couches, comfortable chairs and quite honestly – the best smoking lounge in El Paso. An ash tray is always near and the tranquil environment allows one to enjoy a good book or to get lost in deep thought.

Unlike most cigar shops in El Paso, Texas Tobacco Road is a very large carrier of boutique cigars. You will find a great selection of Tatuaje, Illusione, Gran Habano, Pepin and any other smoke your palate may be craving. The prices are absolutely phenomenal to not only the local area but, with a tobacco tax so low, perhaps some of the best I’ve seen in the entire country. The staff was warm and quick to assist in choosing my smokes but allowed plenty of space to browse at my convenience.

The accessories are contained at the front counter displayed in a perfectly functional manner. You can pick up the latest release from Xikar or a moderately priced generic piece. Everything is carried from cases, punches and cutters and new smoker can leave fully equipped.

Perhaps the best quality of the cigar lounge is the owner. During our long conversation he was able to point me to smoke friendly bars and restaurants to enjoy our stay in the area. He exclaimed his support of local cigar connoisseurs and puts on many cigar dinners throughout the year. If you’re interested in experiencing one of the few cigar paradises in El Paso then you must stop in to Tobacco Road. Make sure to speak to the owner and get set up for one of the great dinners.

Tobacco Road
(915) 921-8226
1441 North Zaragoza Road
El Paso, TX 79936

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  • Joey says:

    Adam has always treated me right. I recommend him to all my smoking friends. He has great selection and prices. The service can’t be beat.

  • ethan says:

    the tobacco texas road is one of my favorite place of smoking the cigar…

  • Tony Casas says:

    Tobacco Road is by far my local shop of choice. Not only does it have the best section of the hard to find sticks, but the prices are unbeatable. And I agree fully 100% that the biggest draw to this shop is the attention, and care the shop owner pays all his patrons.

  • adam andha says:

    Hey thank you for that interview . You are what this industry needs more of. When you are back in El paso i owe you a cigar.

    • Jeff says:

      Hi Adam,
      Call me or the office sometime. The store does not have a phone. We need to take care of some business.

  • Elijah Gloria says:

    Hey Adam, It’s Eli I’m not sure if you remember me I used to work in front of the Tobacco Road at the Weinershnitzel. Did you guys move? I went recently to buy a couple of things and noticed you weren’t there. I enjoyed my visits to Tobacco Rd always spoke highly and recommended to friends. New location? If so, please do tell.