Located in Town & Country Center - 20th Street and Camelback.
The store is nice enough. The area outside the walk-in is just crowded enough with merchandise to feel charming. The humidor is pretty average-sized and they carry a pretty normal assortment, as far as I can tell. (Read on to see why I didn't browse thoroughly.) Their prices seem reasonable compared to other stores along the Camelback corridor, but they are not as low as the pushy (but otherwise very pleasant) proprietress tried to convince me they were.
And that is what turned me off. I told the lady that I was a fairly new smoker, and told her what I liked so far. She tried to steamroll me into buying everything I looked at. I had to have a humidor - "Here, buy this one, it's only ..." "You like Fuentes? Here, buy this King T - it's better than Cubans." And so on.
I don't mind someone following me into the humidor to make sure I don't damage their merchandise. OK, I don't really like it, but I get it, and I can cut them that much slack, no problem. But this lady was never more than eighteen inches out of my face the whole time I was in the humidor. I honestly can't say in general whether the cigars are organized in any logical fashion - I was in too much of a hurry to get out of there. I can say that not all of their Arturo Fuentes were shelved together.
My impression is that this might be a good place to buy single sticks if you know what you want and can make a commando strike to get them - in and out with little or no browsing. It's close to where I work, so I may drop in to buy, but not to shop.
Cigar Inn does not offer discounts for boxes, and contrary to what the lady said, their single-stick prices are not low enough to justify this practice. Even though I am relatively newborn into the cigar-smoking world, I have visited most of the shops near Cigar Inn, and I've spent time online, so I have an idea of prices and practices.