Category Archives: Cigars

Big Smoke Trip

Whew… it is all over and I am back home and back at work. Every year for the last 4 years, I have taken a long weekend in November to attend the Big Smoke with Rodney R. Fournier, my business … Continue reading

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Great Cigar Weekend

Ahhh, it is over, but it was a good weekend nonetheless.   Friday, I flew to Tampa to meet two good friends, Mike Bell and Rodney R. Fournier for a weekend of fun. Mike lives in the area, so we … Continue reading

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Cigar and Single Malt

Ahhh, yes… Today, I finally got some time to relax. I am still in Phoenix where it got to 91 degrees F today. Work has been energy draining, and the hotel sucks. I dug out my travel humidor (an Otterbox) … Continue reading

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Cello on or Cello off

It is an age old question that is asked a few gazillion (yes, this is a real number) times each day around the world. Q: "Should I take the cellophane off of my cigars before I put them in my … Continue reading

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CAO Cigars – Charity Drive

One of the things I love most about the cigar industry is how much they contribute to different charities. Of course, it is a very distant second to the fantastic products that they make. The cigar industry works hard to … Continue reading

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Cigar Breath

This topic came up on http://www.cigarbid.com today. It is a familiar question to hear, "How do you handle cigar breath?" Of course, most people think that the question is how to get rid of cigar breath. That, to me, is … Continue reading

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Withdrawals

I am really hurting. Not from any ordinary drug withdrawals. Not from caffiene (which is way worse), not from alcohol (ok, maybe it is from that, too), but from the lack of a good cigar. I have not smoked a … Continue reading

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