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If you're a whiskey (and especially bourbon) drinker, you need to know what that means. By definition, whiskey (or whisky, in Scotland) is a spirit distilled from fermented grain mash — grain varieties include wheat, rye, barley, and corn — and then aged in wooden barrels
A humidor is any kind of box or room with constant humidity that is used to store cigars, cigarettes, or pipe tobacco.
Top Ten Cigars
Devloping a top 10 list of cigars as we speak! There are literally thousands of combinations of wrappers, gauges, lengths, and strengths, there’s a cigar for every palate. And soon it will be legal in the United States, to add a couple of Cubans on our list as well, because a true cigar aficionado knows that a list is incomplete without them.
We're also listing a Scotch to pair with each smoke; if you're going to invest in a truly great cigar, why not take your experience to its apex, and sip a single malt alongside it?
Good Points about Cigars
Getting familiarize yourself with the varieties of cigars. Instead of choosing the first cigar you'll see, you should know how to recognize each different type of cigar, and even ask a salesman for help when you're deciding on a type of cigar. Being aware of the different types of cigars will make you feel more knowledgeable when you actually start smoking them. There is a variety of cigars to choose from.
The Corona. This cigar measures 6 inches (15.2 cm) by 42-ring gauge -- this refers to the diameter of the cigar. This cigar has an open foot (the part that is lit) and a closed and rounded head (the part that you smoke).
The Pyramid. This cigar has a pointed, closed head.
The Torpedo. This cigar has a bulge in the middle and a pointed head and closed foot.
The Perfecto. This is like the Torpedo, except it has a bulge in the middle and two closed ends, making it a rounder cigar.
The Panatela. This cigar measures 7 inches (17.8 cm) by 38-ring gauge and is longer and thinner than the Corona.
The Culebra. This cigar is made of three Panatellas braided together. It looks like a thick rope.
Daa Cigar Ash
Cigar ash played a significant role in the history of European fashion. It led to the creation of the smoking jacket. One of Britain's Prime Ministers, Benjamin Disraeli, loved smoking. He smoked everywhere: at home, in meetings, in the library, in the street... Not surprisingly, his clothes were covered in ash by the end of the day. Rather than curb his cigar-smoking enthusiasm to save his wardrobe, Mr Disraeli ordered his tailor to design a new suit, complete with satin lapels, off which he could easily brush his ash, leaving not a trace. Disraeli's tailor did such a masterful job that jackets with satin lapels soon became the height of fashion. Thus the smoking jacket was born.
A fine cigar deserve a fine scotch. If you are in an upscale setting break out the Bourbon. (You can't go wrong with a glass Bourbon.) To play it safe just get some good ole' whiskey or whisky if you are in Scotland! If you are a feeling a little french sip on some Cognac. A real class act is a nice glass of wine. If you are hanging with daa boyz bottle of cold beer will do the trick. So it;s brunch and you want that early morning smoke have a cup of Joe! If you like soda then get you a stick with the following: Ginger ale, sprite Dr. Pepper or just a Coke and a smile!