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Blogs : James Suckling

Taboada and His Custom Smokes

A surprising amount is said and written about custom-made Cuban cigars. These are cigars that retired factory rollers produce in various cigar shops...more

Posted: October 11, 2007   


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Great Old Smoke

I had one of those cigar moments that we all dream about on Saturday night. My friend had cooked a great meal, we were working our way through a...more

Posted: October 9, 2007    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Dining in the Heartland

New Yorkers are parochial. We know it. We don’t simply believe that our restaurants are as good as any in the world or in the United States, we...more

Posted: October 5, 2007    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : David Savona

The Best Cigars of the Year

I’m a happy man. My humidor is full of great cigars and I have to smoke them all. I test cigars all the time here at Cigar Aficionado , but with...more

Posted: October 4, 2007    By David Savona


Blogs : James Suckling

Cubana, Heaven and Cigars

Maybe I was being a little dramatic, but I honestly thought that the Bolivar Royal Corona could be the last cigar of my life. I am not a great fan of...more

Posted: October 2, 2007   


Blogs : Gordon Mott

The Perfect Invitation

“Take whatever you’d like to smoke.” The words were like magic. The invitation, from my friend who has an extraordinary collection of cigars,...more

Posted: October 1, 2007    By Gordon Mott


Blogs : James Suckling

Flattery and the Real Deal

I smoked a Cohiba Behike and an Edmundo Dantes Conde 109 the other night during a dinner at La Guarida, the best restaurant in Havana. The Behike...more

Posted: September 28, 2007   


Blogs : James Suckling

The Biggest Humidor in the World

I visited the Partagas factory in full sunshine. My Cuban friends were telling me that they could feel autumn in the air. It made me laugh to...more

Posted: September 27, 2007   


Blogs : James Suckling

Just Smoking in the Rain, What a Wonderful Day in Havana

Yesterday it absolutely poured in Havana. I honestly thought that the city was going to sink underwater. I was having lunch with some friends from...more

Posted: September 26, 2007   


Blogs : James Suckling

Early Morning Meeting in Havana

I just fired up an Edmundo from an aluminum tube that I received from Manuel Garcia, commercial vice president for Habanos S.A., the global marketing...more

Posted: September 25, 2007   


Blogs : James Suckling

Back in the Cigar Capital

I am on my second cortado this morning as I write this blog from Havana. And it’s sooo good. The small and thick sweet espresso with hot milk is...more

Posted: September 24, 2007   


Blogs : Gordon Mott

Around the Fire

It was 11:30 p.m. last Saturday night. I was sitting on a low, stone wall that surrounds an ancient fireplace in the backyard of my house in...more

Posted: September 20, 2007    By Gordon Mott


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