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  1. A truly cigar and fun packed day, yesterday. And no, there's no "hidden closet" here - just good old dirty fun ... Drove up to Cologne for half a day of smoking fine cigars with my old Belgian buddy-"lover" Frank at Pitter Heinrich's Casa. We started with 70/80's vintage Cuban Davidoffs, Chateau Haut Brion, courtesy of Andy Ryan/Rob Fox in Havana last month. A nice cigar that left my palate dry. Next was a custom rolled Lancero courtesy of Hannes, also from Havana last month, with a very special blend that included Medio Tiempo. Like the ones I smoked with Hannes in Havana, a very impres
  2. At the Centro Cultural Polo Montañez - Viñales : So it was evening and we moved over to take in the show. Surprise, our table was taken by a very large Evander Holyfield look-alike, one eye half closed and hands as large as a shovel. Cristal courage made me brave and I asked him WTF he was doing at my table. He meekly drawled out something like : Me was jus’ doin’ som takin’ care of youse table, my man, no worries – so I invited him to join us and have some beers with/on us, which he kindly agreed to. Believing he was a regional foreigner ( Haitian ?? ) I asked Jorge WTF a language the bi
  3. This time around I visited my friend and humidor artist Jose Ernesto Aguilera at his Humidores Habana workshop twice. Once with the Portmann group on Monday 24-th, the day the XVI Festival del Habano officially was inaugurated and again with my buddy Frank, who missed the first visit, on Wednesday 26-th February. I have documented the 2 visits on 2 different posts on purpose so the progress of the humidor work can be seen. Especially so on 3 of the humidors that were auctioned just days after our visit. The first is the Montecristo desk humidor which was auctioned at the Gala dinner on th

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