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Archive for July, 2011

An few years back, I was fortunate enough to go on a two different train tours… The first was a few weeks on an old refurbished steam train pulled by an engine that is the only surviving H 1 B Hudson, built in Montreal in 1930… This engine acts as a roving ambassador for CP […]

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All of the wealth in the world without the odd cigar after a great meal is not worth quite as much as it could be with, yes still the wealth, and a humidor or two with some wonderful hard to find Cubans and a full stock of many sizes of cigars from all of the […]

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Summer is finally here and cigars are a lot more fun to smoke outdoors…. I have great friends that I spend time with, count on when I need them… My driver seems to be working again and the balls spend more time in the fairway now for my second shot…  My humidors are working fine […]

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I had a whole topic ready for today’s entry and decided to do something a bit different because of a Montecristo memory I can’t seem to shake off today…  I was at a friend’s and we had a few Cubans burning, one of them being a Montecristo A and another being a Sancho Panza Sanchos, […]

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In 2004, The Edmundo from Montecristo, became a regular family member of the Montecristo line and this Robusto became available to people world wide on a regular basis… Since then, we’ve read countless reviews on this cigar and found that this Robusto has become a favorite choice for those who want a full flavored cigar […]

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Well, since I’m on the topic of the Montecristo Open Series, I may as well show you a picture I was sent this morning by a friend of mine who is in Eastern Canada as I type this.  He is sitting in some shade and enjoying my favorite cigar from Monte’s open series.. The Regata!!! […]

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Go to Havana, meet the manager of a government cigar shop and think that everything will be simple with a cigar purchase, just may not be a simple as you would think…. There are just over 30 different cigar brands in Cuba with many different sizes and shapes with varying flavor profiles and strengths and […]

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A few years back the good people from Montecristo decided to introduce a new line of cigars aimed at new smokers…. The Eagle is the largest cigar in this series at 5.9 inches long and a mighty 54 ring gauge which delivers quite a mild but woody and slightly spicy profile…. The next size down […]

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First of all, you’d be very hard pressed to find any cigar from Cuba today that has been as consistently popular as the Montecristo No 2, cigar smokers, world wide, choose this as their ” Go To ” cigar on almost a daily basis.  But…. One cigar that has been gaining a lot of popularity […]

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