The Chacom brand originated in Saint-Claude, France, in 1928. The name was taken from the family names ‘Comoy’ and ‘Chapuis’, representing the men who had created the brand and were in fact creating pipes even before the discovery of briarwood.
The briar wood used in the Chacom brand is chosen amongst the finest burrs in the Mediterranean Basin. These pieces of rough hewed wood are then cut and oven dried. This initial preparation plays a very important part in creating the taste of the future pipe.
Having been sorted, the pieces of wood are dried naturally during 6-month period on racks and are turned over regularly. Following grading, the various stages of manufacture are carried out by master pipe craftsmen.
CHACOM PIPES AVAILABLE AT CITY CIGAR:
Chacom King Size, matte or polished brown
Chacom Sandblast (184)