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It’s been a while…

Hey there my old friends. The Greek has been on somewhat of a hiatus, and for the I apologize. Life catches up sometimes and focuses shift. Happily I can say most of my focuses have been positive. I won’t bore you with the details.
However I am back. I’ll be sharing my opinions as much as possible and actually will be adding another one of my passions to the site. Personal home and portable audio. So get your palates ready for good cigars, and you ears ready for the bliss of getting lost in your favorite jams with great equipment to do so.
Thanks for hanging in there to whoever reads this. I’ve missed you all!

2012 The Smoking Greek’s Beginning

Welcome 2013

I would first like to extend to all of you my thanks. I had been kicking around the idea of doing this site for a while, and finally said hey why not. My goal with it is to share with you my experiences with the cigars I enjoy. I also have been fortunate to form relationships that otherwise I may never have, and that I hope will last a long time.

Along with the creation of The Smoking Greek, the great response it’s received, relationships formed, and cigars smoked, 2012 brought me the best blessing I’ve received yet, my son. I’ve been blessed in so many ways this past year and couldn’t be more grateful.

I hope that in the years to come I’m able to maintain this site and continue to share with you my experiences. At the end of the day you are the most important part of this site, without you, there would be no point to it. I’ve added a new format to my reviews that I think you’ll like. I had been kicking that idea around as well until a conversation with Russ Page of leafandflame.com convinced me it was a good idea. Please let me know what you think.

In conclusion, I want to extend to all of you, your families, and loved ones, a HAPPY, HEALTHY, and PROSPEROUS New Year! I truly thank you from the bottom of my heart, and look forward to another year of great cigars, camaraderie, and all the general fun that is the life of the leaf. Please always feel free to comment, or suggest at anytime, I love hearing from you! As always I thank you for reading and long ashes to all! -Evan