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  1. I came across this short documentary last night. Run time is under 7 minutes. Circa 1974 Clips of the cigar making process along with pictures of Lithographs interspersed. IMDB Link Watch on Youtube Hi-Res poster for the movie.
  2. Not sure if this documentary has been posted here, I just found it and it impressed me for 95 minutes by its quality and educational value. While I've met Dr Schneider of Davidoff at the 5th Ave Manhattan Davidoff location once, I've never met Henk Kelner but have only heard the most positive comments about him and his passion and quality obsessed work in the DR. Hope to shake his hands one day. Watching his son Klaas in this documentary is really impressive, I very much enjoyed it and actually learned a lot too.. The differences I noticed to the Cuban planters and factories are stunning as well. Details that impressed me : The number of cigars rolled by a roller at Davidoff - amazing 500 per roller/day while the max in Cuba would be 100-120. The quality steps. There's nothing even nearly comparable in Cuba. The quiet, order, cleanliness and discipline - It was like comparing a Mercedes Benz factory to a Flamenco music/shouting festival. I am, have been and will be a Habanos smoker, but Davidoff and Henk and Klaas Kelner have my utmost respect and admiration.
  3. For those of us that place faith in law enforcement and the legal system to do the right thing, this 10 part Netflix documentary may make you question if we are truly "innocent until proven guilty". While the first episode is available on YouTube, to view the rest will require a subscription to Netflix, which can be had for free for 30 days. Highly recommended viewing.
  4. Saw a trailer for this documentary and wondering if anyone has watched it yet. I know it's wine and not cigars, but I wonder how the concepts translate across. Might interest those in the blind tasting competition
  5. Just saw this listed in a local paper as "site of the week". Just started watching it a bit. Very well done site.. Enjoy

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