Cigar & Whisky night at Trafalgar

[06/08/10] 

Learn Your Man Skills

Few things are as manly as whisky and cigars. We smoke cigars when we’re getting lap dances, playing poker, and at the birth of a son, and we drink whisky when we reminisce with school friends, hob knob with bosses, and travel to Scotland. But there is a lot more to cigars and whisky than just puffing and swilling; knowing what to look for when you buy either is an important component of the overall experience – a Montecristo A might suit you better than a Romeo & Julieta, or an Islay whisky your preference over a Highland malt.



Let your education begin with the Trafalgar’s Cigar and Whisky event. You’ll have the chance to learn about one of Scotland’s most famous single malt families, Glenlivet, with drams of their 12, 15 and 18 years complemented by a Cohiba Robusto cigar (worth $160), to be enjoyed on Trafalgar’s expansive terrace – all for only $150 a head.

Round up the lads and think up a cover story, this is one night you won’t want to miss. Be sure to book your spot early for this exclusive event.

The perfect whisky lullaby.

Cigar & Whisky night at Trafalgar
August 9, from 8pm; $150pp
54-62 Lockhart Rd, Wan Chai; Tel: 2110 1535
www.trafalgar.hk

Nuts & Bolts
A night of cigars and whisky in Wan Chai

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