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A Great Collector

A 30-year-old Hong Kong businessman could have the greatest cigar collection in the world
James Suckling
From the Print Edition:
Richard Branson, Sept/Oct 2007

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Wong: You know, that is all I drink now. Rum and whiskey are good, but Coke is my favorite.

CA: Well, you are a wine collector, so what do you think of wine and cigars?

Wong: Wine and cigars for me? Well, they don't go so well together. So you have to enjoy the wine first and then just relax with the cigar. That is the best thing to do.

CA: Probably one of the best moments for you is just kicking back and hanging out with your dad and smoking a cigar, right?

Wong: Yeah, all the time. We always have casual meetings in his office and we will be puffing away.

CA: Do you smoke at home?

Wong: Well, right now no with the baby and stuff. But I don't need to smoke at home anyway. I usually smoke after dinner [during] karaoke with some friends.

CA: Do you smoke in the morning with coffee or not?

Wong: Every once in a while I do. In the morning, maybe once a week. I like to smoke something with a bit more kick to wake me up, like a Davidoff Haut Brion. It gets you going.

CA: Didn't you once tell me you smoked in bed when you were in university in London?


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