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We have been working diligently to expand our selection of cigars. We now offer Arturo Fuente, Ashton, Camacho, Cohiba, Gurkha, Macanudo, Rocky Patel, Romeo & Julietta, and many more. Stop by our store if you would like us to special-order a box of cigars at a discount price.
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Drinks That Compliment Cigars
Cognac: Arguably, there is no better drink to combine with a cigar after a meal. Mild and medium-bodied cigars go particularly well with VSOP (Very Special Old Pale) cognacs, which are aged for at least four and a half years. The highest age bracket is XO, standing for Extra Old, and has a minimum ageing requirement of six and a half years, although much older brandies can sometimes be part of the blend.
Scotch: Scotch, especially single-malt, is another good drink to have with cigars. Taken on the rocks, or straight up, scotch will not be overpowered by even a strong cigar, and unlike cognac, you can drink scotch at any time of the day.
Rum: Traditionally, rum and cigars come from a similar geographical area. For this reason, the two things complement each other very well. Still, cheap rum can ruin even the best cigar, accentuating the roughness of the smoke. Therefore, it is important to select the right rum.
Non-alcoholic drinks: As long as you are careful about which drinks you choose, a non-alcoholic drink can be just as pleasurable as a good cognac or single-malt scotch. One of the best non-alcoholic choices is coffee, particularly espresso, as it has strong, complex flavors, which complement the taste of a good cigar. A cup of espresso contains more than 600 different taste characteristics, which makes it an ideal accompaniment to a medium-bodied cigar.
Three Basic Rules for Enjoying a Cigar
Never Inhale! Instead taste it slowly, allowing yourself time to savor the aromas and flavors.
Always light your cigar using wooden matches or a butane lighter. Anything else may give the cigar an unpleasant chemical taste.
Find yourself a drink that complements your cigar of choice.
Latest Featured Cigar
Romeo & Julieta Bully
Handmade in La Romana, Dominican Republic, Romeo & Julieta is the Dominican incarnation of one of the world's most famous brands of cigars. Romeo & Julieta originated in Cuba during the 1800s and moved to the Dominican Republic following the U.S. Cuban trade embargo. This is an excellent value smoke which offers a medium to full flavor with a mellow, non-bitter finish.
Manufacturer: Romeo y Julieta
Filler: Dominican Republic
Binder: Conn. Shade-Grown
Size: 5 " x 50
Recent Featured Cigars
Gurkha Ancient Warrior
The Gurkha Ancient Warrior uses a varied blend to achieve a unique flavor that is slightly spicy but balanced well with a long and slightly creamy finish. The Brazillian wrapper gives it depth and spice, the Nicaraguan binder lends balanced strength, and the Dominican and Honduran fillers give the cigar a rich and creamy flavor. The combination of these tobaccos makes for a medium body that builds in flavor as the cigar is smoked. These flavors are supported by an extremely pleasant undertone of cedar. Ancient Warrior is another excellent cigar from Gurkha and is sure the please your palate.
Filler: Dom. Honduran
Rating: Churchill 88, April 2006
El Rico Habano Corona Suprema
Created by Cigar Master Ernesto Perez Carrillo Jr., the El Rico Habano is a full-bodied cigar in both strength and flavor. It features a Nicaraguan binder wrapped in a specially aged sun-grown leaf from Ecuador. The cigar is then aged again in a Spanish cedar room to maximize its deep, rich flavor. Since its introduction in 2001, it has become a sought-after selection among seasoned smokers and it is considered among the top cigars in the world with an average rating of 9.19 points out of 10 from Cigar Aficionado.
For the “Top Cigar,” the name says it all. The cigar is made from Cuban seed tobacco grown in the Dominican Republic which is then rolled by Cuban exiles in Miami with at least 20 years of rolling experience.
The Padilla Miami
Selected as one of Cigar Aficionado’s top cigars for 2006, the Padillia Miami is a Cuban style cigar crafted in Miami, Florida. The cigar is made from 100% Cuban seed tobacco grown in Nicaragua and features a Cuban Corojo seed wrapper. The cigar is the creation of the Padilla family, which began making cigars at the turn of the last century. Heberto Padilla, who immigrated to Cuba from the Canary Islands and became one of Cuba’s foremost writers, started the brand in honor of his ancestors. Today his sons, Ernesto and Carlos, continue the family tradition in a style that would more than honor their father.
Wrapper: Cuban Corojo seed
Size: 5 x 50
Filer and Binder: Criollo and Corojo from Nicaragua
Ashton Cabinet #10
The Ashton brand was developed in the 1990s by Robert Levin and Carlos Fuente. The Ashton Cabinet is a meaty cigar with more body and flavor than its white label original Ashton Classic counterpart. The Cabinet Series takes advantage of longer aged tobaccos and leaves from different primings to bring out a unique aroma. The Cabinet Series was the first super premium line extension Ashton and probably will not be the last.
Size: 7.5 x 52
Tobacco: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Connecticut shade grown
Rating: 87 points Cigar Aficionado
Rocky Patel Vintage Series 1992 Cigar
Rockey Patel is one of the newer cigar makers on the market. This cigar features a 10 year old Ecuadorian sun grown wrapper along with the 5 year old filler and binder for a perfect compliment of strength and complexity. It received a 90 point rating by Cigar Aficinado. A very enticing smoke with bold flavors of coffee and cedar, this cigar is perfect for the seasoned smoker who is in pursuit of a rare vintage smoke.
Style: Torpedo (6.25 x 52)