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         Sitting in front of the grille of a beautiful vintage Maserati is an incredible cigar from Montecristo Cuba, the 2012 Limited Edition, Montecristo 520.  This cigar was created to commemorate the anniversary of 520 years since tobacco from Cuba was first taken to Europe with Christopher Columbus.        This is a Maravillas No. […]

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Everyone likes a good gangster movie whether its from the 40′s or present day, the dark side in our mental make-up wants the bad guy to get away with all kinds of crime and live happily ever after in the Caribbean, smoking cigars in tropical bliss.  When I stop and think about it, I want […]

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The phrase in the medallion is, “Honi Soit Mal Pense” which translated means, “Shamed be he who thinks evil of it”… This is a great phrase to keep in mind when you run into those who look down on and berate someone who is smoking a cigar outdoors, out of the way of anyone and […]

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I guess the subject of today’s entry is whether or not you’re interested in going on a holiday to a country where finding a place to have a cigar is a pain… I’ll be the first to raise my hand and say that I’ll travel elsewhere, since cigars (and golf) are a huge part of […]

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The Reinheitsgebot, or the Bavarian Purity Law that Germans adhered to since 1497, when making beer, is a law that requires beer be made from only hops, water and barley, which gives it a classic taste that leaves any North American beer drinker dazed and enchanted with it’s pure, simple and clean taste.  The creaminess […]

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It comes every second year, doesn’t last too long and provides you with some of the best entertainment in the Pacific Northwest.. That is, if you are a fly fisher… The Pink Salmon are here again and with some of the simplest pink flies you can tie, like the ones in the picture I tied […]

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In Canada we have a club for Armed forces people and veterans that are located in every city and small center across the country… These are the places to go, drink very affordable alcohol, listen to music from another era and maybe dance a bit, buy tickets on the “Meat Draw”, and enjoy a cigar […]

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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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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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