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  1. Hello all, I've been lurking on and off this forum for years (2007) but never participated. I feel like I want to participate now so : Bonjour à tous! I'm from Montreal, I've been smoking cigars for nearly 20 years, on and off depending on my financial situation. Now that I'm a bit more established financially, and due to certain big changes in my life, I've decided that my humidor looked empty and that I deserved a gift from myself. So I'm stocking up. I know a lot you from my lurking years. I've endured your posts, now you'll endure mine! Shoutout to @WarriorPrincess who took a few orders for me during a few 24:24 and convinced me that it wasn't so bad to talk to you folks. I can be shy and you wont hear from me, or you won't be able to shut me up. We'll see. Take care all.
  2. Thanks in advance: My wife is heading to Montreal CA next week for a few days. She will be in the downtown area. Even though she is not an advocate of my CC addition she is still willing to bring a few boxes back to the US for me. 1: need a respectable place to purchase near the Lowes hotel? 2: looking for special boxes (suggestions please)? 3: prices? Need to know what to expect. You guys know how it is, you spend 1k she gets even by spending 3k! thanks for the assistance.
  3. We have a couple of cigar groups in Montreal and most of them don't know each other. After speaking with a few other event organizer, we have decided to have an event where everyone could meet. The goal is to have as many cigar smoker meet, share and have a great time Everyone is welcome, 18+ If you are interested in joining us and we are not Facebook friends, send me a PM please! Thursday August 20th, 2015 5:30pm The Scocth Tasting Herf (Bring Your Own Cigars) event on Pub Brewskey's terrasse aims at introducing the aficionados of the different cigar groups (QCA, BOTL, MCC) to each other and to share the passion of cigars. There will be a 5 scotch tasting and presentation by scotch guru Guillaume. Price 55$, everyone is welcome 18+ SOLD OUT!!!! Scotchs: Glengoyne 10 Auchentoshan American Oak Arran Sauternes Finish Benriach Birnie Moss Lagavulin 12
  4. Here are a few photos from the past weekend (March 21-22) in Montreal for the 2014 HERF: A few of us, after we landed in Montreal from Toronto, headed over to Stogies for a pre_HERF cigar: We then went to dinner at Au Pied du Cochon (forgive me, my french spelling ain't that good); This is the Veal Shoulder (apparently it was for two but the four us barely finished it): About 30 seconds after the plate was served, this is what it looked like: And, maybe about 3 minutes after that, I think we were done: (I swear it went so fast I almost didn't have time to take the shots) After dinner we decided it was time to head over to the HERF proper: Well, that's it for the first night. The next day after a quick breakfast at Nickel's (I know it seems cheesy to Montrealers but we like it) we headed over to the LCDH for a quick coffee and a light smoke. Once we were done with that we all sauntered over to the Rib & Reef (wicked lounge) for some more cigars and such (see below): While at the Rib & Reef we put together a personal tribute to MR. Mons: Art and Simon watching a bit of the hockey game on last night during dinner: Blue Steel: And a few more... A Samuel L. Jackson version of Blue Steel: ...and some more after that... The last two photos are for Art's "special day". Damned if I know what it was but it was his I guess... ...and that's it for the photos...after the Rib we headed back down to the LCDH for the final event of the night, a small gathering for a few of the Friday Herf attendees...and then off to Stogies to have a few more drinks, and the last two/three cigars for the night (I think I went through 19 or 20 over the two days). By this time I decided to give the photo taking a rest and focus on smoking (some of the cigars I smoked can be seen on Instagram, if you so choose under ebhead242)... Hope you enjoyed...until next time, E
  5. Sitting here in the executive Air Canada lounge and Matthew sees this gorgeous ad in a magazine for a cigar lounge/steakhouse in Montreal: Looks fabulous!
  6. Wow... What a weekend ladies and gents. First and Foremost, I want to thank EVERYONE for coming down to Montreal, making this event a huge success. We had BOTL's and SOTL's from Montreal, Ottawa, Cornwall, Toronto and New Jersey in our great city over the weekend. As you guys probably seen, pictures are up in a thread Lisa started. Here is a quick recap of what went down...well just the stuff that can be mentioined on an online forum anyways... Friday we had what was dubbed at the Pre-herf for the Pre-herf, or the pre-pre herf. We met up at stogies cigar bar around 2 pm for some smokes. we were about 8-10 people having a cigar, sharing stories and laughter. After that, we went to Ruben's Deli for some world famous montreal smoked meat. If ever you guys go there, have the builders platter, 1 lb of smoked meat on a plate, bread After that, we hit up La casa del Habano for Cigars and Drinks. We had a good group going Friday night and fun was had by all! Saturday, it was the main event. We started off by holding a meet and greet at the hotel Square Phillips. People brought a variety of Rhums, scotches and tequilas to share and drink. This was a great way for everyone to get aquinted and break the ice. Afterwards, we went out for dinner to the Bistro Gourmand Beaver hall. Food was exellent. Then it was stogies. 63 people were at the event at one point in time! We smoked, we drinked, we had a blast. As you saw we had about 32 lots up for auction. Some great cigar samplers in there, Art that was made and donated very generously by BOTL's and SOTL's. All in the name of Charity. As you might know, these herfs, yes we do them to get together and smoke, but the main purpose behind this to raise money for Rob Schildt's (freefallguy) Nicaraguan fund to feed the childeren...and that we did! We raised around 2100$ for the fund!! I will defenilty confirm the final amount once everything is finalized and accounted for. A big big big thank you to everyones generosity, by donating from their personal collection and also bidding on the lots. All in all the event was a huge huge success, and we will defenitly be looking foward to doing the 3rd annual montreal Herf in 2014!
  7. Attention to All! This is the announcement you've all been waiting for...MONTREAL HERF 2013! This year`s event will be held on March 9th 2013. There will be a pre-herf dinner (yes we will make sure to have steak on the menu this year) then the actual Herf will take place on the private floor of Stogies Cigar Bar. Raffle and auction will be held to raise funds for The Nicaraguan Children's Feeding Mission yet again. We will also do a pre-herf on Friday March 8th for anyone coming into town on that day. Locations, hotel rates and prices still to be determined, but we are trying to work on something special...stay tuned! Last year’s event was a great success, I think everyone had a blast and we raised money for a great cause. We would love to have a great turnout from our Ottawa and Toronto brothers once again. What we would like to know is the following in order to help with the logistics to plan this event: -Are the dates good for you? -Will you be planning on Saturday only or Friday and Saturday -Will you be attending the dinner and the herf or herf only? Please reply in this thread, if you have any questions you can address them here or via PM to myself or Strada (Simon) We are very excited about what is in store for this year and we hope
  8. Ok, so here in Canada we have a mostly French speaking province called Quebec. Therefore, Canada has two official languages (French & English). It is mostly necessary to deliver services to taxpayers and more importantly, it facilitates the ordering of Montreal smoked meat sandwiches. But here's a new twist on things. Bilingual dogs.

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