OUR Top 5 cigars, recommended by our Sautter Family! Each week we’ll list your recommendations. This week comes from Donald D. Sutcliffe of Sutcliffe & Son.
OUR Top 5 cigars, recommended by our Sautter Family! Each week we’ll list your recommendations. This week comes from Nick Hammond.
OUR Top 5 cigars, recommended by our Sautter Family! Each week we’ll list your recommendations. This week comes from Laurence Davis.
THERE’S light at the end of the tunnel. It’s only a pin prick, and it’s a bloody long tunnel, but there’s daylight ahead and we’re steaming towards it. Sautter recognises this situation has affected everybody, in greater or lesser ways, which is why the avenues and ways of reaching out to Sautter customers is greater than ever before.
BATTEN down the hatches, pull up the drawbridge; lockdown the sequel (Revenge of the Bog Roll Snatcher) is upon us. Never fear, intrepid cigar lover. Sautter has you covered, Even if its famous doors on one of the world’s most prestigious streets will shortly be closed to customers.
THERE’S still a great deal of uncertainty, but one thing is for sure – humans are nothing if not resourceful. With the advent of lockdown, the internet really came into its own, didn’t it? Those with shares in Zoom looked like soothsayers and we all gathered around our screens to, as Billy Joel might say, ‘forget about life for a while.’
AND that was the first post-Covid cigar event. The world launch of the Ramon Allones Allones No.2, which was arranged and organised superbly by Hunters & Frankau, the UK’s importer of Cuban cigars, took place on a soggy Wednesday.
As ever, the human capacity to adapt and press on never fails to amaze. We’ve come a long way in the last few months and no doubt we’ve a way to go yet, but the streets are (very) slowly picking up some life once more and people are getting out and about again, as they have to do if we are to fire up our country’s wheezing economy.