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Tobacco World LTD.


We are a local smoke shop that has been serving the Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and Greenfield area for over 30 years,With over 400 premium cigar brands and facings! 40+ different fine pipe tobacco blends. A variety of different tobacco pipes, And accessories for all your needs Including the best cigar cutters and cigar lighters, Humidors, Ashtrays, Pipe Cleaners, Empty Cigar Boxes, and more!


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"With empty pockets, the Perez-Carrillo family fled to Miami in 1959. Ernesto Sr. expected the move to be temporary; he envisioned moving his family back to Cuba once the political climate settled. While he waited, he took every odd job he could find to support his family.
As it became increasingly clear that returning to Cuba was not to be, Ernesto Sr. focused on making Miami his home, eventually realizing that his fortunes lie in re-creating what he did best in Cuba: making cigars. Nine years passed, but finally Ernesto Sr. was able to purchase a cigar factory in Little Havana, and fittingly named it El Credito. But Ernesto's passion was for jazz and not cigars. He had always dreamed of being a jazz drummer, and and when he turned 25 he even moved to New York City to try his luck with some of the great musicians and bands at the time. Hustling from audition to audition, gig after gig, Ernesto was determined to make it as a drummer. But after failing to catch on with the famed Stan Getz and his band, he finally returned to Miami, and began his journey toward cigar immortality.
Working alongside his father, Ernesto made cigars for the locals in Little Havana. It wasn't until his father contemplated selling El Credito in 1976 that young Ernesto realized that this was his calling in life. He convinced his father not to sell, and for the next 4 years, he shadowed his father to see how a master created a cigar. When his father passed away in 1980, a 29-year old Ernesto took over the reins of El Credito, but was not prepared for the financial difficulties that ensued. Bills piled up and demand for cigars cratered, but Ernesto's friends in the Miami cigar trade carried him through these tough times, confident that this promising craftsman would eventually succeed. And succeed he would." http://epcarrillo.com