Congrats to George and Amy!

My favourite cigar buddy of them all,George just got married to the lovely Amy (see photo below !) so BIG congrats to George and Amy and I dare say we’ll smoke a few good cigars together to celebrate in the near future.

Isn’t marriage wonderful? especially if you have a cigar friendly wife, this is very important indeed, I got rid of the first wife as she was neither friendly nor cigar friendly. Conversely, Wife V.2 is both friendly and cigar friendly – problem solved 🙂

The last few days have seen a departure from my usual piramides smoking rotation and a thorough testing of marevas (petit coronas) Having tested every one available the winner by a mile is the deliciously sweet, complex and full flavour Por Larranaga petit corona. Consistent blending, great construction and a golden colorado wrapper. When you’re short of time, this is the ideal 30 minute smoke.

Vigia 18 year old Cuban rum seriously rocks – try some with a good Havana. If you don’t love it – I’ll give your money back!

I seem to be finding more first rate vintage Havanas than ever and I have given up putting the majority of them on the website as they are usually ones offs and just sell at a frightening speed. If you’re looking for something special, drop me an email as I probably have it or can source it

I’m looking forward to the RTDA trade show in New Orleans in a few weeks time and have just been invited to the European Cigar Cult Journal Cigar Trophy Awards party 🙂 that should be a good evening

Herfed with friends at the Lanesborogh Hotel Cigar Terrace last night and smoked some delicious 1970’s Partagas Dunhill Seleccion No.150 matched up with Tatinger Rose – a heavenly combination for sure. If you’re in London you simply have to have a cigar or two at the Lanesborough. Pasquale and Giuseppe provide the most attentive service and are top knowledgeable cigar aficionado’s.

Enough of cloudy London – I’m off to Spain for the weekend to smoke my cigars in the sunshine 🙂

Have a smokey weekend

Peaceful puffing


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