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Where to buy your cigars in Boston

Boston! Friendly and most welcoming city, mixing tradition and history with modernity!

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In a recent but too short visit to the cradle of the american revolution, I happened to visit a few cigar friendly places.

Here’s what I found:

First, in the up north Italian district called « Little Italy », on Hanover Street,

I discovered a nice cigar bar and lounge called Stanza dei Sigari.

292 Hanover Street, Boston, Ma 02113 Tel: 617-227-0295.

Stanza dei Sigari, Boston

Stanza dei Sigari, Boston

The place is busy from opening to closing with people

from all walks of life who come for a moment of relaxation

while enjoying a cocktail and a cigar. The personnel is

knowledgeable, smiling and those girls will ask you

questions about your tastes before offering you what

they think you will like. In terms of choices, the cars

contains around 50 vitolas ranging from $12., up to $35.or so.

Personnally I enjoyed an Arturo Fuente Hemmingway

cigar that was excellent, coupled with a coffee Martini that was also very goodI must say.

Very good pairing according to me.The humidor is stocked with more products than those offered on the cigar card

but it is not the widest choice I’ve seen in a Lounge bar. The cocktail and Martini list is excellent.Service is excellent

and cigarette smoking is allowed too. No expresso coffee machine in the place though. Strange in an Italian bar!

A good place to either watch some sports with friends or spend time enjoying life more quietly with people

you like around a good vitola.












I also managed to find one of the oldest B&M Cigar and Pipe Tobacconnist in America.

L.J. Peretti Co Inc., 2 1/2 Park Square Boston Mass 02116 Tel: (617) 482-0218 
















Established in 1870, this cigar and pipe shop imposes respect and shows lots of tradition. With its yellowished walls,

you can tell it’s history in the making. Hanging on those walls are ancient posters, photos of celebrities who visited

the shop back then and all sorts of old and new smoking accessories for cigar and pipe smoking.

Just open the door and you are kind of sucked in a big time warp. Once inside, the personnel is handsome,

specialized and very knowledgeable. They are willing to spend all the time you need to help you make your selection

with friendly advices and support. You can also, in case you know what yo want, go from one humidor to another and grab,

check smell ant touch your upcoming purchase since, besides the closed humidors, the whole place is humidified.

And yes, you can smoke inside! As for the cigar choice, it is wide and on the more classical brands side of things.

The do carry some new releases but few of that more flashy stuff that’s on the market these days as well as older vitolas

and a rarities. Accordingly, you will also find all other cigar accessories needed for the enjoyment of your favorite vitola.

And they ship all over the world including Canada where they ship regularly. Just ask Tom! Prices are very affordable and competitive. I do definitely recommend L.J Perretti all serious cigars and pipe smokers.

Here’s the selection I made and brought back home:

CIgares achetés chez L.J Peretti à Boston

CIgares bought at L. J. Peretti co. in Boston: Davidoff(Nicaragua), La Aroma de Cuba(Marquis), Arturo Fuente,

Padron, La Flor Dominicana, Jamie Garcia, Epernay Illusione, Hoyo de Monterry(US)Dark Sumatra, Juan Lopez,

Asylum, Partagas(US)1845, E.P. Carillo Short Run Serie 2013, L’Atelier, Quesada 40th Anniversary, Camacho,

The Foundry Element serie(Carbon), Saint Luis Rey box Natural & Maduro.

Happy smoke!



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Publié par le 5 juillet 2014 dans English


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Floride Novembre 2012

Édifice Art Deco South Beach Floride

Édifice Art Deco South Beach Floride

Une récente escapade en Floride m’a permis de faire provision de quelques bonnes vitoles non-cubaines et introuvables à Québec, notamment des Montecristo fabriqués en R.-Dom., vous savez ces marques cubaines franchisées aux USA? On y retrouve plusieurs lignes de Montecristo, Romeo Y Julieta, Cohiba, Siglo et Trinidad pour ne nommer que ceux-là. À $3.US chaque pour ces petits Coronas Montecristo de 41/4 x 42, on peut dire qu’ils constituent tout de même, un bon petit cigare de semaine. J’ai aussi trouvé dans un petit humidor de dépanneur un Montecristo Rothchilde Platinum Tubo Serie que j’ai trouvé tout simplement excellent. Déambulant sur la Collins Ave, cette rue ou l’on retrouve toute cette ambiance et ce style Art Deco des années 20/30, il y avait, installé dans le lobby d’un petit Hotel un représentant des cigares Casillas qui accompagné d’une Torcedora vous roulait une petit dominicain en un rien de temps. Toujours une expérience des plus agréable et relaxante. Sans dire que ce fut la trouvaille de l’année, il est toujours agréable de goûter un module que l’on vient tout juste de rouler pour vous.

Humidor Dec. 2012

Humidor Dec. 2012

Ajoutez à cela quelques Alec Bradley Black Market, un Padron 1926 Anniversary, des 2000, un Gigantes La Flor Dominicana Colorado Oscuro, un Garcia Family Le Bijou 1922, un Perdomo lot 23, et un 10th Anniversary Cabinet serie LTD Maduro. J’ai aussi pu me procurer un excellent La Palina 6×60 Natural, un Jaime Garcia Reserva Special, un CAO Osa Sol, ainsi que deux Oliva V Melanio Gran Reserva Limitada.

Humidor Dec. 2012

Humidor Dec. 2012

Humidor Dec. 2012

Humidor Dec. 2012

Humidor Dec. 2012

Humidor Dec. 2012

Tous achetés sous l’égide des judicieux conseils de mon ami Jorge Luis Valdes de chez Sabor Havana Cigars situé au 2600 N.W. 87th ave. Doral Florida juste à l’ouest de l’aéroport de Miami.

La suite de cette escapade en Floride sous peu.

Sabor Havana Cigar Store

Sabor Havana Cigar Store

Bonne Dégustation!



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