La Habra Tobacconist is severely under-rated for cigars, vapes and tobacco needs. I learned a lot from this outdoor cigar hangout spot. The selection is monstrous, carries almost everything... From and to: 1. Padrons, about 6-8 types. 2. Davidoffs 3. Zinos 4. Fuentes (Casa Miami, 858s, etc etc) 5. Camachos (Triple Maduro, Sopranos, Ecuador, Conneticut, etc.) 6. Brickhouses + Maduros 7. AJ Fernandez including New World 8. Ashtons (VSG, ESG, etc) 9. Rocky Patels, about 12-15 different brands 10. Alec Bradley from Tempus to Mudials 11. Joya de Nicaraguas 12. Juan Lopez 13. Punches 14. Illuzions 15. Uzi weighs a ton 16. Asylum 17. FELIX ASSOULINE 18. Room 101 19. Java + Maduros 20. Cohibas including Ditka, Jay Z and Sheffields 21. Aging Rooms 22. OPUS X 23. CAOs (Brazilia, Italia, Columbia, Flatheads, Americanas, etc.) 24. Flor de Antilles 25. Monte Cristos 26. Ernesto Perez 27. Perdomos 28. Liga Privadas 29. Gurkhas 30. Olivas (G, O, V's, etc.) 31. San Cristobal 32. San Lotanos 33. Sons of Anarchy 34. Partagas 35. Macanudo 36. Julius Caesar 37. Straight Jackets 38. Leccia 39. Fonseca 40. Romeo y Julietta 41. Dunhills and a crap load more... including flavor sticks, baby celebration cigars, cigarillos and the cheap crap like JMs, Cuban Rounds, and Swisher Sweets. I just named 41 cigar manufacturers on top of my head... This means each manufacturer has numerous brands that this humidor carries. We are talking maybe 2,000 cigars in there to choose from! As for pricing... It is the lowest in LA and Orange Counties... Pricing is significantly cheaper than Havana House (Whittier), and Embassy (Brea) while being slightly cheaper than Islands (Brea), and almost 100% cheaper than 88s (DT Fullerton). I have been to many many many many many many cigar places in a number of different area codes, states, and a couple countries, and in terms of pricing, none come close. LHT contains an unbelievable assortment operated by a man who smokes cigars unlike many cigar spots.