New cigar emporium to open this summer 

Cigar connoisseurs across Liverpool city region will be flocking to a new outlet that will sell cigars from countries around the world, including Cuba, Nicaragua and Mexico. Andrew Brown reports

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Nina’s Cigars will open in Southport town centre on June 1. Stock image


A new smokers emporium shop selling cigars from around the world is opening in Southport town centre this summer.

Nina’s Cigars will welcome customers at Wayfarers Shopping Arcade on Lord Street on Saturday, June 1. Jozef Slebodnik, a specialist tobacconist who hails from Slovakia and has lived in the UK for the past 13 years, is behind the venture.

He already runs two Supreme Cigars stores elsewhere in the country and is looking forward to opening in Southport. Nina’s Cigars will be open between 10am and 4pm each day of the week except Mondays.

Jozef said: “I am an owner of the Supreme Cigars stores in Warrington on Sankey Street and Colwyn Bay on Abergele Road.

“We stock a wide range of Cuban and New world cigars, including premium cigars from Cuba, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico and other countries.

“We also stock premium spirits, pipe tobacco, hand rolling tobacco, luxury gift sets, and cigar accessories. I am a specialist tobacconist and am looking forward to opening a quality cigar shop in Southport in the name of my daughter, Nina – Nina’s Cigars.


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Nina’s Cigars will welcome customers at Wayfarers Shopping Arcade on Lord Street in Southport


“We will stock premium cigars, hand rolling tobacco, pipe tobacco and cigar accessories. We are opening on Saturday, June 1, and are looking forward to welcoming everyone.”

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Wayfarers Shopping Arcade is a Grade II listed structure located at the heart of the town’s famous Lord Street boulevard. It is one of the North West’s most celebrated shopping arcades.

Open seven days a week, visitors can enjoy a variety of independent shops and cafes set on two floors.

This article first appeared in Stand Up For Southport

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