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Archive for October, 2011

One place where I enjoyed many a Montecristo in the sun was in Tiberias, a beautiful city on the sea of Galilee… The picture above reveals small sea shells that I picked up on the shore of the sea, I couldn’t believe how small and perfect they were… I believe it was about 6 or […]

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One of my all time favorite cigars is the Romeo y Julieta Churchill…I’ve smoked many and other than the rare occasion where there may be a slightly tough draw, these stately cigars never fail to please in the taste department…Last night I lit a Wide Churchill that I had been holding on to for about […]

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Something that I’ve been reading about that has me a bit concerned is the decision by our governing parties to remove the opulent bands and traditionally artistic packaging from Cuban cigars… This isn’t going to be happening overnight but even the thought that the removal of the picture of Romeo and Juliet or the gold […]

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I know that I always try to get a good cigar in any of the pictures that I upload on this site but yesterday’s day fishing in the Fraser Valley in British Columbia was a wonderful day out with many fish on the line and I couldn’t resist showing this off… This is a Coho […]

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Yes, those of us who are totally consumed with Cuban cigars tend to hold them in high esteem and we dream about smoking the perfect Cuban, the most rare Cuban or the most expensive Cuban… So much so that there are worshipers of Cuban tobacco who have a dislike for cigar smokers who may be […]

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Two days ago I was driving and before I left home I decided to go to the humidor and pick an un-banded cigar the size of a Robusto Extra for the trip, one that I bought a few months back from a fellow cigar smoker I met on Craigslist…That is a website that can actually […]

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In September I found myself golfing in a tournament in Ontario at a gorgeous course called “Angus Glen” with a bunch of Pharmacy reps.  It was a beautiful day, a hang with good friends and punched greens… Punched greens?? There’s a blemish!!!! Everything else was fine though, and for a guy from British Columbia, seeing […]

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Chestnuts have nothing to do with a cigar as majestic as a Partagas Lusitanias unless you have an overdeveloped palate and can detect the faintest of notes of roasting chestnuts in the first, second or final third of this cigar… Hey if you can, then your palate is in great shape and you should be […]

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Golf has been consuming me…. So much so that I haven’t been fishing as much as I would like but hey,  we make our choices and have to live with them…. A few years back I found myself at Dragon Lake in the Caribou region of British Columbia with the lovely Ramona… We would rent […]

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I was lucky enough to spend some time in the mountains near Canmore this past weekend for golf, Cuban cigars, some Rum and other adult beverages, but more than anything, spending time with good friends … If you ever get the opportunity to golf at two courses in particular; Silver Tip and the Stuart Creek […]

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