Our doors are open on:
|MonMonday:||09:00 – 20:00|
|TueTuesday:||09:00 – 20:00|
|WedWednesday:||09:00 – 20:00|
|ThuThursday:||09:00 – 20:00|
|FriFriday:||09:00 – 20:00|
|SatSaturday:||09:00 – 20:00|
|SunSunday:||10:00 – 19:00|
Traditional cigar and snuff parlour in the heart of Covent Garden
Tucked away in the south eastern corner of Old Covent Garden Market, the Segar & Snuff Parlour is one of London’s few remaining independent specialist tobacconists. Unique in style and range, customers enjoy the knowledge and service levels that you would expect from a specialist in the field.
For the full experience you can’t beat a visit to our shop however we are happy to offer advice and accept orders placed by telephone, e-mail or post.
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Officially rated as a Gold stockist of Havana cigars, we offer an extensive range of cigars including all the latest limited editions. We also have a handpicked range of New World and flavoured cigars.
Our tobaccos are all sold loose with a wide range of blends to satisfy most pipe smokers but we also blend to order for those looking for something slightly different from the norm.
Hand Rolling Tobacco is sold loose and we have a specialist selection of our own label blends to chose from.
In addition to our range of hand crafted English briar pipes we are also major stockists of Dunhill, Peterson, Stanwell, Rattrays and Butz Choquin pipes. If you want something slightly more exotic we also stock a range of hand carved Turkish meerschaums.
As our name suggests we are stockists of our own label snuff with some of the blends dating back to Jacobean times along with other more recent blends.
A range of accessories and services as you would expect from a specialist in our field are available.
Segar and Snuff Parlour27a The Market Covent Garden London WC2E 8RD
For general enquiries and bookings please call us on 020 7836 8345 orSend us a message
- London Underground Covent Garden (3 mins) Leicester Square (6 mins), Charing Cross (5 mins)
- National Rail Charing Cross (5 mins) In the covered piazza of Covent Garden we are at the Opera House end in the ground floor area.