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A Taste of History in Bermuda—Chatham House Tobacconist

Mervyn Rothstein
Posted: May 24, 2012

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Sadly, a new Bermuda law prohibits lighting up indoors—even in a cigar shop. Enjoying one of Chatham House’s fine cigars need to be done outdoors, or perhaps back on your cruise ship.

William Pitt says he loves dealing with such a "high-end product. And I love doing business with the Cubans. They are great people."

All good reasons Chatham House has been in business for 107 years, and keeps going.

Chatham House
63 Front Street
Hamilton HM11, Bermuda

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Christian May 25, 2012 9:13am ET

I have visited the Chatham house twice and they have a nice selection of cigars and wonderful service. Prices are what you expect for Bermuda especially on a cruise ship waterfront. Sad you can no longer smoke indoors anywhere. I would buy a few smokes there and as they said smoke on the ship or find a nice outside bar to while away the hours while enjoying the lovely weather.

Marvin Crenshaw — Looking Glass River, MI, USA,  —  May 28, 2012 10:12pm ET

"...a very politically incorrect but eminently elegant and wooden, century-old American Indian princess, complete with feathered headdress, bright red lips and a cigar box in her left hand..."

Very politically incorrect? Come on Mervyn, you write for a cigar magazine. That makes you enemy number one to the politically correct police. An antique, highly collectible artifact representing American Indian royalty is what it is. The only "offensive" thing here is your nod to the left.
I post this because WE are under fire from the left for our love of cigars and support for the industry. Your words fuel those that would make me a criminal for smoking a cigar.
I enjoyed your article otherwise.

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