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Gurkha Cigar "Seduction" Dinner Tonight At Texas de Brazil

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Gurkha Cigars ;will be introducing its newest "Seduction" stogie tonight at a special reception and dinner at Texas de Brazil in South Beach. Guests at the $95 affair will be greeted by Gurkha Cigars owner Kaizad Hansotia, and cocktails, followed by a three-course dinner, more libations, and cigar-rolling on the patio (nice waterfront views!).

"Kaizad Hansotia searches the world for the finest age tobaccos and only makes limited production cigars," explains Texas de Brazil Miami Beach manager Rodrigo Davila. "His cigars are the 'Rolls Royce' of cigars, which is why we are so excited to host this exclusive event."

The reception begins at 7:30 p.m., with dinner commencing an hour later. The $95 is all-inclusive, and guests must be 21 years of age or older. Those interested in attending can RSVP at 561-309-4436.

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