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Blogs : James Suckling

The Smoking Respite from a Long Evening of Food and Wine

I smoked a 2003 Bolivar Belicoso from a cedar cabinet last night with some friends following a long dinner of lots of food and wine at my house in...more

Posted: March 13, 2009   

Blogs : James Suckling

Hollow Victory for Change in Cuban Travel

I am no expert on legislation in Congress because it has been a long, long time since I have looked closely at various bills in pure form, but I took...more

Posted: March 11, 2009   

Blogs : David Savona

Spring is Coming

This weekend we pushed ahead the clocks and, at least in the northeast, got a beautiful early taste of spring. On Sunday, I cleaned off our outdoor...more

Posted: March 10, 2009    By David Savona

Blogs : Gregory Mottola

Trying to Smoke in Chicago

I'm going to spare you the usual Sinatra references to Chicago and get right down to it—Chicago is not the town I left. It has been six years since...more

Posted: March 5, 2009    By Gregory Mottola

Blogs : James Suckling

Waking up with a Smile in the Morning

I don't want to smoke a cigar today. I woke up this morning with a smile on my face. No it wasn't what you think! It was because I smoked another...more

Posted: March 4, 2009   

Blogs : James Suckling


I was not surprised to see a change in Raúl Castro’s government yesterday. I think that Castro wants to have people he feels that can really trust...more

Posted: March 3, 2009   

Blogs : James Suckling

Perfect Cigar, Perfect Night

I smoked the greatest young cigar in my life on Friday night – the Cohiba Siglo VI Gran Reserva. I was spellbound by the cigar’s amazing richness...more

Posted: March 2, 2009   

Blogs : James Suckling

Reserved Cigars

I had the chance to unofficially smoke the Cohiba Gran Reserva last night during a private dinner at La Guarida restaurant in Centro Havana, and I...more

Posted: February 27, 2009   

Blogs : David Savona

Puzzles and Cigar Barns

Cigar barns can be pretty darn big. They can also be pretty darn expensive. Making a sizeable one out of wood, the way it’s done in Connecticut and...more

Posted: February 27, 2009    By David Savona

Blogs : James Suckling

My or Your Habano?

I might have found my new cigar for this year: Trinidad Robusto T. What an awesome smoke. I love the rich and spicy character with a fresh, clean and...more

Posted: February 26, 2009   

Blogs : James Suckling

Young Is Beautiful

I am not sure what people learned yesterday in a cigar tasting of new production 8-9-8 Partagas versus 8-9-8 Partagas from 1998. The 10-year-old...more

Posted: February 25, 2009   

Blogs : Gordon Mott

South Beach

I spent last week at the South Beach Food & Wine Festival in Miami. It’s a four-day extravaganza of wine, food and, whenever possible, cigars. This...more

Posted: February 25, 2009    By Gordon Mott

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