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Reunión Aperitivo

Aperitivo is Spanish for Apéritif. Typically it refers to either “a cocktail or other alcoholic beverage that is... read more

Reunión Digestivo

Like its cousin Aperitivo, the Reunión Digestivo’s genesis was inspired by the culinary arts. Spanish for digestif,... read more

Bodega Life

In this section we explore the things that define Bodega Life. We bring you some of the best and brightest minds, sharing... read more

How to Use Humidity Beads

Posted by on Jul 25, 2014

How to Use Humidity Beads

One advantage to beads is that they are a two-way humidifying system i.e., they will both produce humidity (if your humidor is too dry) and they will absorb humidity (if your humidor is too moist).

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Cigars Cello On or Off?

Posted by on Jul 25, 2014

Cigars Cello On or Off?

What’s the point of cello on cigars anyways? Cigars are often placed into cellophane wrappers to protect them from damage and from marrying with other cigars. Cigars are fragile items, and can easily be ruined or damaged if mishandled.

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A Star Is Born: Port’s 2011 Vintage

Posted by on Jul 24, 2014

A Star Is Born: Port’s 2011 Vintage

The general consensus is that the 2011 vintage is the best one in the last twenty years. Comparisons are already being made to other great vintages: 1963, which was a standout vintage, and the legendary 1945 vintage.

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Eight Top Rated Cognacs

Posted by on Jul 24, 2014

Eight Top Rated Cognacs

For wine lovers who want to learn and explore the spirit world, Cognac is the quintessential bridge. Yes, it’s derived from grapes, but more importantly this elixir’s tradition is intertwined with wine’s rich culture.

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Four Legendary Stories of U.S. Presidents Smoking Cigars

Posted by on Jul 23, 2014

Four Legendary Stories of U.S. Presidents Smoking Cigars

Let’s face it: the United States of America was raised on tobacco. It became the cash crop of the 1400’s and is now a deep-rooted part of our culture and society. We love cigars. Our forefathers loved cigars. And our grandkids will love cigars. So it’s no surprise that our nation’s great leaders have a special place in their heart for cigars too.

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15 Favorite Things to Do in Nicaragua

Posted by on Jul 22, 2014

15 Favorite Things to Do in Nicaragua

Nicaragua used to be a secret. “Pshhh, have you been to Nicaragua yet? That’s where you really want to go,” travelers would say. It was the land of backpackers and intrepid travelers as tourists veered towards Costa Rica as Nicaraguan’s rough past plagued its image.

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Coffee From Exotic Civet Poop May Actually Be The Real Deal

Posted by on Jul 22, 2014

Coffee From Exotic Civet Poop May Actually Be The Real Deal

Some people my find the idea of drinking coffee from the excrements of the Asian civet-an animal that excretes the beans-a little disturbing. It has even become a target of fraud since there were no established tests to determine whether or not the civet coffee, running $150-$227 a pound, is the real thing.

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