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I first visited the Fox store in Dublin on Grafton Street many years ago and have returned to it everytime I visit as they have the finest selection of Cuban cigars I've ever seen, but more importantly the most friendly and knowledgeable staff I've ever...More
If you love cigars then this place is for you. The worlds second oldest cigar store! Awesome knowledgeable staff! A walk in humidor with 1.5 million pounds worth of cigars! And you can smoke indoors paradise
I was traveling in London with my Dad and Brothers. We found this on TripAdvisor and had to make a trip. This organisation is teaming with history and culture. We bought a few Romeo y Julieta Short Churchill Cigars (we thought it fitting to go...More
We visited in January 2018 and the experience was great from start to finish.
The staff were very knowledgeable and recommended a cigar from Nicaragua which they clipped and lit for me and I then took my time to enjoy it in their smoking lounge...More
There are Tobacconist, then there is THE Tobacconist! Some wonder why these places even still exist. One visit to James J. Fox and you'll understand. It's a sort of museum of Tobacconist experience. Prices are decent, the decor of the place is unbelievable and most...More
this has been a bucket list destination for me for about 20 years. although I've been coming to London a lot recently, I finally had the opportunity to visit last week.
the heritage and history makes it unique. it's been in business for over 200...More
Visited the store not so long ago. New to smoking cigars, so did a bit of online reading about basics. Went to the store and was met with highly attentive staff member who led me to their huge walk in humidor (cigar smoker's heaven) and...More
4 of us (3 Canadian and one American) dropped in for Cigars. Staff was very friendly and told us about Churchill's favourite cigar smoking chair. The chair is open to the public and anyone can sit on it. This spot is rich in history, culture,...More
In my last trip to London two months ago I visited James Fox to peruse the Cuban selection. What a delight! A broad selection and best in class advice and service. I returned yesterday for another purchase run and this time spent time with the...More
This place has a lot of history to it. The cigar shop is in the back. The Winston Churchill museum is downstairs.And upstairs is the smokers lounge. I wasted no time and bought Montecristo Open Eagles at $37 USD. But hey , I'm in London....More
Perennially fashionable since the days of Henry VIII, the aristocratic “Clubland” of St James's is a premier destination for high end craft and bespoke design. Here you’ll lose count of the Royal Warrants (which indicate that the Royal Family patronizes the establishment) seen in shop front windows, even during a short stroll to bordering Green Park or St James’s Park. With the brightly lit and constantly buzzing
junction of Piccadilly Circus at its northeast corner and none of Central London too far away, this is an surprisingly central and accessible part of town, especially given its prosperous demeanor.