Here is a nice little tip that I picked up. If you want to ensure the best cut on your cigar and you use either a single or double blade cutter, try this. Lay the cutter on the table. Stick the end of your cigar in the cutter so the head rests on the table. Cut the cap off. The thickness of the cutter will remove just enough of the cap to give you a clean cut and one that will not unravel the body.
If you’re like me, you have several Stinky Cigar ashtrays around your house. I love them. They are deep, can hold a lot of cigar butts and ash, and are well built. I bought one of the new more decorative versions last year that came out recently. I choose the antique hammered copper because, well, […]
It has been sometime since I published a list like this. Three years is a long time in the cigar world. New cigars enter the market, old cigars leave the market and of course, what you like changes. So I decided to update my list of favorite quick smokes that I published back in 2011. […]
There is nothing like retiring after a hard day with a cigar, I will give you that. To sit and enjoy a good cigar while sloughing off the cares of the day is a beautiful thing. But sometimes…sometimes you want a little more punch with your Punch. A little more austerity with your Arturo Fuente. […]