there is nothing more enjoyable and relaxing than to enjoy a great cigar with a dram
Below are a few of my favorites
padron - 1926 Series
1926 was created in celebration of Jose Padron’s 75th birthday with a full bodied-flavor that’s nothing short of amazing. This is my favorite cigar, but because it's pricey, I only smoke them on special occasions.
This cigar has the finest Nicaraguan tobaccos on the planet, The Padron 1926 line uses tobaccos aged five years to create a creamy smooth and balanced smoke with a flavor that is incredibly dense and silky.
It is my favorite cigar
insidious by asylum
This handmade is mellow and has a slightly sweetened cap, making it ideal for beginners. But the beauty of Insidious is that it has appeal for seasoned smokers as well. Notes of nuts, earth, and hints of pepper unveil gradually throughout the smooth, relaxing length of the experience.
Insidious utilizes the first Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper leaf of any Asylum release. Smooth and creamy, this wrapper conceals Honduran long-fillers and a Honduran binder, all combined to produce a relaxing, mellow experience. It has a little sweet palette and best of all it's not expensive
Tom Lazuka of Asylum Cigars created this blend to appeal to any cigar enthusiast, and each one features an uncharacteristically smooth profile and the first sweetened cap of any Asylum offering to date.
Cain Daytona is a Nicaraguan puro made entirely of Cuban-seed, long-leaf ligeros from the Jalapa Valley. Jalapa is a primary resource for smooth, but rich tobaccos....tobaccos often used to help create balance in a full-bodied, full-flavored blend. In using these tobaccos, Oliva created a rich and flavorful blend with noble smoothness and superior balance.
Deep notes of coffee and rich tobacco are complemented by the slightest hint of pepper and some sweet tones on the finish. Medium in body but full in flavor, Cain Daytona is a satisfying, anytime treat that'll delight the palate with genuine Nicaraguan boldness.
makers mark - bourbon infused cigar
When I first saw these for sale, I thought it was some commercial attempt to try and get people to try them. It worked and I was amazed.
I really like makers mark Bourbon, so I figured why not. Long leaf tobacco grown in the Dominican Republic from Cuban seed. Each cigar is hand made just like the bourbon, and aromatically flavored with Maker's Mark. Sealed in a glass tube and hand-dipped in the signature red wax to preserve the flavor.
Notes of black pepper and earth serve as the foundation to a succulent, sweet bourbon finish. And the mouth-watering aroma only serves as the cherry-on-top.
It is a milder cigar, but it has a great taste and the bourbon comes through very nicely
I definitely recommend, IF you can find them.