Cigar Night Tonight at Bourbon Steak

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Bourbon Steak has launched a new cigar menu, and tonight, starting at 6., the public is invited to come down for an extensive training in everything you ever wanted to know about cigars - the history, etiquette, selecting, cutting and handling of the stogies, to the lighting and smoking of them.

The featured cigar of the evening will be the Hecha Humo Corretto and Delicia. This recently released line is the latest creation of master-blender Augusto Reyes and is available in very limited quantities. In addition, Bourbon Steak's new Sommelier Justin Hall will conduct a tasting to show guests' which drinks pair best. The cost to participate is $20 per person and includes a cigar, a complimentary cocktail and a 10 percent savings on any cigars purchased that evening. Participants will also be entered into a contest to win a 150 carat lacquered ebony humidor valued at $250.

Space is limited, reservations are required: 786-279-6600.

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