The moment that I walked in the store I was greeting by a lady with a smile and a hello. Very pleasant. As I looked around, I saw a lot of cigar paraphernalia, but no cigars, unusual for a cigar store. I asked the lady if she had a particular cigar that I was looking for, a Luis Martinez Hamilton Robusto from Nicaragua. She said that she didn't. So I asked her what else she had.. She then brought me to a small adjacent room where the humidors were kept. She apologized for the almost empty cabinets saying that next week would be better. Problem being that I was there now and wasn't impressed. The lighting was dim and there was a lack of identification on the cigar boxes. I asked if she had a list of cigars that I could see to choose from, no. So I asked her advice on a mild cigar with an easy draw and she gave me one from the cabinet. I have no idea what brand she gave me (my fault, I should have written it down for future reference as I usually do). So, hopefully when I do light up, it will be enjoyable.
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