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A Bad Day in Copenhagen? LoL ! Let’s fix that!!

Nyhaven (New Harbor) (built in the 17thC) that's new?

Nyhaven (New Harbor) (built in the 17thC) that’s new?

It’s an absolutely magnificent day here in Copenhagen, Denmark. Unfortunately, today has not been a good day for me. Why you ask? Thanks for asking!

Because here it is, 5:30 on a beautiful day, and I still haven’t smoked a cigar. So we came to Nyhavn, a colorful 17th century waterfront canal, filled with tourists and overpriced mediocre restaurants.

 

Enjoying a meal in Nyhaven

Enjoying a meal in Nyhavn

I saw a perfect waterfront table for sitting down and smoking at a nearby tourist restaurant, albeit without ashtrays on the tables. So I proceeded to ask the gentleman working there, “Pardon me, are we able to smoke here?” He looked back at me with a silly grin, saying, “Of course you can smoke here, we’re outside!” Then I had to explain to him that in the United States, we are not free to smoke at outdoor restaurants, even though we are outside. OH WHAT A PLEASURE IT IS to be able to sit outside, enjoy a good meal, and smoke a cigar.

start small before a meal:Bolivar Short Belicoso Limitadas 2009

start small before a meal:Bolivar Short Belicoso Limitadas 2009

I sat down and I lit myself a Bolivar Short Belicoso Limitadas 2009. Out came my creamy fish soup and I realized I couldn’t taste my cigar anymore! It’s very mild and lacking full flavor. LIFE IS TOO SHORT TO BE SMOKING A CIGAR YOU ARE NOT THOROUGHLY ENJOYING! In accordance with my own rule, I proceeded to change to a Hoyo de Monterrey short Belicoso Limitada 2011. This cigar is more complex, more full bodied, rich and tasty.. A better accompaniment to my creamy fish soup on the harbor.

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