Havana cigar


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Havana cigar

n
(Brewing) any of various cigars hand rolled in Cuba, known esp for their high quality. Also called: Havana
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These words were said by a huntsman peacefully seated at the edge of the forest of Ile-Adam, who was finishing an Havana cigar while waiting for his companion, who had lost his way in the tangled underbrush of the wood.
The man himself sat at a shining, inlaid writing table which looked like a rare piece from a museum of art; his chair had a high, oval, carved back, upholstered in faded tapestry; and these objects made of the costly black Havana cigar, which he rolled incessantly from the middle to the left corner of his mouth and back again, an inexpressibly cheap and nasty object.
This new cargo was destined for the coast of the Duchy of Lucca, and consisted almost entirely of Havana cigars, sherry, and Malaga wines.
24-28: 16th Festival del Habano--Trade fair and largest international meeting for Havana cigar enthusiasts.
Oddest things we've seen were illustrations from the lids of Cuban and Havana cigar boxes and the bands that go around the cigars being sold alongside a selection of tissue wrapping papers from various brands of pipe tobacco.
It will include a cocktail followed by canapes and a chance to meet Courvoisier's UK brand ambassador, tasting three outstanding cognacs, and a talk from cigar expects Hunters & Frankau, with guests able to enjoy a handmade Havana cigar on the smoking terrace.
Che Guevara, the Cuban revolutionary, smoking a large Havana cigar.
TOBACCO ROAD Havana cigar roller, Senora Berta Corzo, at the Cuban Cigar Club on Grainger Street, Newcastle, shows off her skills
Also opened earlier this month were the Al Dana seafood restaurant, serving fresh seafood and produce from the local area, the Mirbat Arabic Cafe and the Havana cigar lounge, are also opening this month.
Introducing it as "the TBA's most prestigious award", Plunkett said: "Here are a few clues about our latest recipient who would be puffing away at a Havana cigar as I speak if he had his way: "He was brought up in the West Country and has always been a great supporter of Exeter Football Club.
Each day, while I retired to bed, you would sink into your exclusive reclining arm chair, and smoke that Havana Cigar, that you were so fond of
One early memo described the Iraqi leader as someone who "enjoys a good Havana cigar.