Great race in Slovakia provided new champion with great impact on TOP 20 list


CSWC Judge Roberto Resmer with the best ones of Slovakia

Roberto Resmer did it again: he organized two incredible CSWC rounds, elevating CSWC to a new level in Slovakia by hosting them in two cities. The organization was excellent, and Roberto, especially after participating personally in the Grand Final last year, had a full understanding of the CSWC concept, which he successfully shared with Slovakian cigar enthusiasts.

I sensed Roberto's enthusiasm and desire to fully explore CSWC and bring something new to Slovakian cigar enthusiasts from our first contact. And he did it in such an outstanding manner. Roberto isn't just a big cigar fan; he's also a great host, always eager to bring and create new experiences. - Marko Bilic, CSWC Founder


Roberto with CSWC Rocky Patel competition cigar


Donato Moriconi, new Champion of Slovakia

This year's CSWC was held in two cities: Košice and Bratislava. The first took place in Košice at the lovely Roberto's cigar bar Cuba Libre. The second one took place in another fantastic Cuba libre cigar bar in Bratislava. Atmosphere was competitive and friendly during both CSWCs, as it should be. Prizes from Cuervo y Sobrinos' official timekeeper increased excitement and focused all competitors even more.


Beautiful  Gabriela lengen in the focus of competition


Hot start of the slow smoking race in Slovakia


Slovakian competitor in position of keeping the ash to avoid penalty minutes

Competitors founded them in tough competition due to their strong motivation. Last year Slovakian Champion made excitement prior competition even bigger as favorite. Everyone concentrated their efforts on pushing the CSWC competition Mareva size cigars to their limits. In the close battle last year champion Peter Novysedlák provided strong fight by winning in Košice, but just minutes divided him from achieving to defend his title of the best one again - That possibility from his hands took new  CSWC Champion of Slovakia Donato Moriconi, who has a smoking time of 1 hour 42minutes 03 seconds. Peter came second with short difference of 2 minutes with time of 1hour 40 minutes and 22 seconds, Great third place went to Mário Puš , who had a smoking time of 1 hour 30 minutes. CSWc Slovakia has crowned its second national champion, who will represent Slovakia at the grand final in Split, Croatia, in September.  A very pleasant surprise was the participation of the Slovak Champion in the slow smoking of women Gabriela Lengen and the singer of the popular Rural group Janka Kurica. Both made the competition more pleasant with their presence and charisma.