Stylish, vintage travel humidor for my cigars

A few years ago I purchased a travel humidor for my cigars. I have, frankly, never been really happy with it. It works well, but it looks like a mini hard shell suitcase! On the positive side my cigars have never been damaged! On the negative side it only can hold 5 cigars. So, on a long trip it is simply not big enough, and moreover if I manage to buy some cigars whilst on the trip it does not have enough capacity to store those new cigars (which means there is the danger of them being damaged or dried out before I arrive back home).IMG_1832IMG_1833

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The International Churchill Society – celebrating individualism

This week I attended a champagne reception for the International Churchill Society (of which I am member) at the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill. The event launched the new Churchill book ‘How Churchill Waged War’ by ‘Allen Packwood’. The evening was opened by Randolph Churchill, and then Mr Packwood provided an overview of his book and the research he had undertaken into the subject (he is the senior archivist at Churchill College).IMG_1813

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