Cigar Dinner

La Casa del Habano Toronto welcomed the fall season with a dinner on September 21st at one of the oldest steakhouses in the heart of the city: Barberian’s.


Montecristo AñejadosCigars sold for this occasion were some of the recent releases by : Montecristo Churchills Añejados and the exclusive Partagás Maduro No.1. The Montecristo Churchills has been enjoyed by aficionados all summer long and the first Habano-Partagás “” became an instant hit in the Canadian market since its appearance a couple of weeks ago.

_MG_8088 lovers attending the sold out event, had also the opportunity to meet Mr. Amir Saarony, author of “Partagás – The Book”, who made a presentation on his years of research on old Cuban cigar stuff and this emblematic brand, leading to his writing of the book.


An evening to remember!


The Havana-based company, jointly owned by the Cuban industry and the British Imperial Tobacco Group, which markets all 27 Habanos brands worldwide.
Literally -ripe-. The description of a very dark brown, almost black, wrapper on a finished cigar.
The official Denominación de Origen Protegida (D.O.P.), or Protected Denomination of Origin used only to describe the most outstanding brands of cigars, which are manufactured in Cuba to the most exacting standards established by the Regulatory Council, from tobaccos grown only in particular areas of the island that are also protected as Denominations of Origin. In English the word translates as Havanas, which are widely considered to be the best cigars in the world.