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Boston - LJ Perretti

This is a discussion on Boston - LJ Perretti within the Massachusetts forums, part of the Members and Places to Smoke by Area category; L J Peretti Co Inc Neighborhood: Downtown 2 Park St (between Park Street Pl & Tremont St) Boston, MA 02108 ...

  
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    In my office at the Bing RPB67's Avatar


     

    Boston - LJ Perretti

    L J Peretti Co Inc


    Neighborhood: Downtown
    2 Park St
    (between Park Street Pl & Tremont St)
    Boston, MA 02108

    (617) 482-0218
    Smoke-em if you got em

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    Elder Puffer Fish Leader mosesbotbol's Avatar


     

    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    Nice old fashioned cigar shop with all the smokes and accessories one could wish for at competitive prices. A good must visit shop. Knowledge staff.
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    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    Quote Originally Posted by mosesbotbol View Post
    Nice old fashioned cigar shop with all the smokes and accessories one could wish for at competitive prices. A good must visit shop. Knowledge staff.


    This place has clearly been around a LONG time. They don't have the hugest selection but it's a respectable size. Not many dog rockets in the store though. Most of the stuff they sell are quality sticks and the prices are very respectable for a MA B&M. I was impressed though that they had some Opus X available for sale. I spotted a box of belicosos and a few of the limited edition tins. The season for these cigars is LONG past. So, I was impressed that they had any in stock.

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    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    L.J. Peretti is a classic, old fashion tobacco shop. They do offer a very nice, although limited variety of cigars, however, their true expertise is with pipe tobacco. They carry a fair share of tinned tobaccos or at least they did at one time, however, they excel in their custom house blends. I have ordered from them via telephone a number of times over the years.

    I can highly recommend the following:

    Burley Blends - B-94 & 101
    Flakes - Scottish Flake (Rich and strong)
    English Style - Century (My Fav), British Blend & Royal Blend

    The prices are very reasonable and the service is at it's best!

    Johnny

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    Elder Puffer Fish Leader mosesbotbol's Avatar


     

    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    I think they are the owners of Churchill's cigar bar in Govt Center.
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    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    And you have to see their basement.
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    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    Quote Originally Posted by RPB67 View Post
    And you have to see their basement.
    What's in the basement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyC View Post
    What's in the basement?

    I'd imagine more cigars than the greater Boston area will need for a decade?
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    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    Quote Originally Posted by mosesbotbol View Post
    I think they are the owners of Churchill's cigar bar in Govt Center.

    I'm pretty sure thats Levitt and Pierce, since they both sell the exact same pipe tobaccos, including house blends like DPE.

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    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    Quote Originally Posted by SAjunidog View Post
    I'm pretty sure thats Levitt and Pierce, since they both sell the exact same pipe tobaccos, including house blends like DPE.
    I get the two stores confused. Both are old fashioned nice cigar stores. Perretti they are not as friendly as Levitt & Pierce. I prefer to buy at L&P.
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    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    Quote Originally Posted by mosesbotbol View Post
    I get the two stores confused. Both are old fashioned nice cigar stores. Perretti they are not as friendly as Levitt & Pierce. I prefer to buy at L&P.
    L&P is the one in Harvard Square right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyC View Post
    L&P is the one in Harvard Square right?
    Yep. Perrett's has a better selection though, I think (especially higher-end).

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes BlackIrish's Avatar


     

    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    Quote Originally Posted by SAjunidog View Post
    I'm pretty sure thats Levitt and Pierce, since they both sell the exact same pipe tobaccos, including house blends like DPE.

    Actually, Churchill's -- one of my regular haunts -- is owned by David P. Ehrlich, another old time place that used to be on Tremont Street across from One Beacon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackIrish View Post
    Actually, Churchill's -- one of my regular haunts -- is owned by David P. Ehrlich, another old time place that used to be on Tremont Street across from One Beacon.
    Is David P. Ehrlich no longer there? That was an excellent shop with a good selection and limited seating. I use to smoke there all the time back around '99.
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    Re: Boston - LJ Perretti

    Quote Originally Posted by mosesbotbol View Post
    Is David P. Ehrlich no longer there? That was an excellent shop with a good selection and limited seating. I use to smoke there all the time back around '99.

    Yes it was a fine shop. It's now in Churchill's, but there's not a lot to it. You can buy some pipes and lighters and tobaccos, and its humidor is Churchill's.

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