A cult that is now almost always in demand by married couples is the Cuban corner, or cigar bar,
although I prefer to call it “Night of Havana“.

Today it is seen more as a fashion than as a moment dedicated to relaxation, to taste the aroma of
a good cigar with the famous slow smoke
, accompanied by an excellent “Ron” and dark chocolate,
bitter, black.

The first thing to know is that there are different types of cigars that exist on the market.

The best known cigar is Cuban: strictly handmade, such as Montecristo, Cohiba, Romeo y Julieta
or San Cristobal de la Havana which, of course, for their processing and type of tobacco have much
higher costs than other types of cigars.

I always recommend, if you have a medium budget, to take some, especially if there are
connoisseurs among the guests.

Otherwise, good cigars, always Cuban but machine-made, are the Guantanamera, which have low
prices and are always of “pure habanos”.

Don’t forget also the cigars Made in Italy which, despite different manufacture and tobacco, are
still excellent.
As for the Rhum, or Ron for the Spaniards, a whole world naturally opens up: white, gold, dark,
aged or spicy, what matters is the type of processing, which changes depending on the origin.
Here, too, costs vary, especially depending on ageing.

Dulcis in fundo, the beloved chocolate.

It must be bitter, even 100% sugar-free, so as to give off aromas of fruits and flavors that come in
perfect harmony with ron and cigar.

By virtue of these considerations, you can well understand that organizing a Cuban corner well
requires skills that go far beyond the trend of the moment.

I have made several “Havana Nights”, depending on the type of event.
Simple and in keeping with the theme of the wedding, diving in traveling Cuban views or the
classic Cuban spirit.

And you, how do you prefer it?