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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

Tips for Pairing Chocolate and Cigars

Posted by on Jul 17, 2014

Tips for Pairing Chocolate and Cigars

Pairing cigars with chocolate can be a pleasurable and senses-enlightening experience, however, the process by which each is enjoyed demands its own analysis.

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The Day Winston Churchill Lost His Cigar

Posted by on Jul 17, 2014

The Day Winston Churchill Lost His Cigar

A portrait of Winston Churchill photographed by Yousuf Karsh during the darkest days of World War II reveals a leader resolute in the face of crisis. The year was 1941; Churchill was visiting Canada, and the Nazi puppet government in France had just sworn to wring the neck of Britain like a chicken.

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Pairing Cigars and Cocktails

Posted by on Jul 16, 2014

Pairing Cigars and Cocktails

When you think of cigar pairings, what’s the first liquor you think of? Whisky, rum, bourbon, cognac? These are the most common pairings to be sure, but a lot of cigar connoisseurs overlook one of the most fun and versatile pairings out there: cigars and cocktails.

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Building an Indoor Cigar Room

Posted by on Jul 16, 2014

Building an Indoor Cigar Room

Finding a place where you can enjoy your cigar while being comfortable and not offending anyone isn’t easy. Building an indoor cigar room in your home, however, will give you a convenient space to smoke that doesn’t intrude on your family’s smoke-free environment. The construction of a personal cigar room can be an expensive indulgence, but it doesn’t have to be.

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Build a Coolidor

Posted by on Jul 15, 2014

Build a Coolidor

Building a humidor does not have to be difficult; it’s actually quite simple. All it takes is about 30 min and $50 in materials (possibly even less). Humidors built from a cooler have many advantages, and will in many cases out perform any standard cigar humidor.

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How to Host a Herf

Posted by on Jul 15, 2014

How to Host a Herf

So, what goes on at a herf besides smoking, and how does one host a herf? Largely, it’s up to you and your crowd. There are lots of different types of cigar smokers out there – backyard buddies who smoke and drink brews, bikers who light up after a ride, fancy types who sit in their studies and swirl expensive single malt while smoking, and loads of others – so we won’t dictate rules for how a herf should be done.

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Selecting and Using Cigar Cutters

Posted by on Jul 14, 2014

Selecting and Using Cigar Cutters

Each type of cutter has some good and bad points about it. Depending on your preference in cut, you may find that the downside of one cutter isn’t a problem, while the downside of another may be a deal beaker. The purpose of this article is to give you a bit of a primer on what is on the market, as well as a brief explanation on how to operate your cutter of choice.

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