Woodland Cigar carries the best of handmade imported cigars. We also have a nice selection of handmade pipes, pipe tobacco and smoking accessories, lighters, cutters and ash trays. We also carry desk top humidors, and more.. our humidification devices keep your cigars fresh.
Woodland Cigar has 4 seating areas and two large flat screen televisions. We have a community refrigerator to store your cold beverages and a card table as well. We want everyone to feel at home, although 99% of us are not able ( allowed ) to smoke cigars in our home.
Stogie and Steak
At Woodland Cigar, we host a Stogie and Steak night each quarter with our friends at 1808 American Bistro. January, May, August and November, you will find anywhere from 50 to 70 people enjoying cigars, conversation and an incredible steak dinner. Each dinner is sponsored by a different cigar manufacturer and provides an excellent opportunity to meet other lover's of the leaf.
Woodland Cigar host's a golf outing every year on the 2nd Thursday of each June. The "Knucklehead Open" started as just a golf outing. After a couple of years, Al Roop, the former owner of Roop Brother's Bar joined forces with us, to enhance this fun event. Now, the Roop Brother's Bar/Woodland Cigar "Knucklehead Open," provides an opportunity to not only play golf, but to laugh for hours on end. Affordable, local and fun, this is one golf outing you don't want to miss.
Woodland “Cigar Expo”
Once a year, the Friday before St. Patrick's day, Woodland Cigar holds our annual "Cigar Expo." This event features several cigar manufacturers reps, the best cigar prices of the year, raffles, prizes, local food and craft beer, from local breweries. This event typically draws 150 to 200 customers from around central Ohio.
About Woodland Cigar Company
Located in historic downtown Delaware, Ohio – Woodland Cigar Company opened our doors on September 8, 2005. People often ask, how did Woodland Cigar get it's start? While on vacation the week of Memorial Day 2005, I received a phone call from my boss. He wanted to talk about Saturday service hours at the car dealership I was employed at. I told him, "I'm not a cop, doctor or attorney," don't call me while I'm on vacation. At the time, my parents lived next door to me and my father was disabled from MS. I was not only responsible for my own home's care, but the maintenance and care of my parent's home. After some discussion on their back porch, someone mentioned that I was always complaining about driving to Columbus for cigars and that I should think about opening a store in Delaware.
At that time, downtown Delaware was experiencing a renaissance and I watched the foot traffic for the last half of my vacation. I felt good about a location close to the courthouse and it just so happened a space was for rent on the east side of Sandusky Street. I talked with a couple of good friends at work and asked if they'd like to invest a little bit of money and by the second week of June 2005, I called the telephone number on the front window. The gentleman who answered the phone, who has become over the years, one of my best friends, asked "what do you want to do with the space?" I told him, "I'd like to put a store in." After what seemed like 5 minutes of silence, he asked "what kind of store?" I said, "cigar store." He said, "how soon can you get here?"
By July 4, 2005, I had the keys to the building, a business checking account and paperwork submitted for the license. After a couple of months of refinishing floors, building humidors and purchasing product, Woodland Cigar was open for business. It wasn't too much later we settled on a philosophy; "We Gather, We Smoke, We Build a Community"