From Samuel Clemens, the brilliant Mark Twain to Winston Churchill, who was British Prime Minister and said that he always had part of Cuba on his lips.
Sigmund Freud, the controversial psychoanalyst, still ill gravely never abandoned the pure.
Lord Byron, Víctor Hugo or Charles Baudelaire followed in the footsteps of modern smokers whom we have seen in Partagas, like the actor Gerard Depardieu.
And what about Henry James, Charles Dickens and Honore de Balzac, or the symbolic George Sand, highlighting the freedom of women.
But let us continue for the painters like Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edouard Monet or Pablo Picasso.
Musicians: the gallery is filled with Franz Liszt, George Bizet and Maurice Ravel or scientists Albert Einstein and Thomas Alva Edison.
John Quincy Adams or John F. Kennedy, who ordered his assistant to collect all the possible habanos before dictating his law of prohibiting them in the United States, until Bill Clinton.
Wholesale fumes emanate from the cinema with Charles Chaplin, Groucho Marx, Jean Poul Belmondo, Arnold Schwarzenegger, who was clandestinely in Cuba several years ago to smoke real cigars.
The list is large:
Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Francis Ford Coppola, Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall, Pierce Brosnan, the former 007, and even women like Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg.
Jack Nicholson’s visit to Cuba was unparalleled, and every afternoon of his four-day stay in Havana he spent his time at La Casa del Habano in Partagás smoking his favorite cigarettes.