Attire House Cigar Room
C I G A R L O U N G E
Who is Bertie?
“Gentlemen, you may smoke”, King Edward VII once announced to his courtiers.
Bertie is the nickname of King Edward VII (1841-1910), a play on his first name Albert.
He was also known as the ‘Playboy King’, his reign was fairly brief (about 9 years) and he had built quite a reputation as a ‘bon-vivant’: a rake in his own right, sartorial trendsetter and pursuer of excessive pleasures. Edward VII is well known for his profuse appetite for food, drink, sexual voracity and smoking... he is said to have been smoking 12 cigars a day! Bertie is also the name of a fictional character by famous British author P.G.Wodehouse.
Bertram "Bertie" Wooster is an ‘idle rich’ English gentleman; he becomes tangled in awkward situations while trying to help his friends, and is rescued by his wise valet Jeeves, who also helps him dodge sartorial disasters.
Decked out in British racing green and comfortable armchairs, reminiscent of the best English clubs, or on the breezy terrace overlooking Hong Kong’s busy-ness. Bertie Cigars is equipped with a 24-hour temperature and humidity controlled walk-in humidor with member’s keeps, a main lounge and two private rooms that welcomes both aficionadas & aficionados.
4/F, Duke Wellington House
14-24 Wellington Street
Monday to Saturday - 12:00pm to 12:00am
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