For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’ve chosen Kintsugi from Alec & Bradley, the January selection for the Cigar Dave Officers Club. This cigar an elegant medium-bodied cigar that pays homage to the ancient Japanese artform of joining together ceramics with gold lacquer.
Cigar Dave and Laura Corn, author of 101 Nights of Great Sex, get your prepared to give her the Valentine’s Day that will keep her happy so she’ll reciprocate in pleasing you.
With Tampa hosting the Super Bowl this weekend I’ve chosen a local boutique cigar maker for today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony. I have the Tabanero Sun Grown Robusto made by Yanko Maceda in Ybor City in the Cigar City with an Ecuadorian sun grown wrapper, Nicaraguan ligero and seco with Ecuadorian volado.
Today’s selection for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony is the Rocky Patel Vintage 2006 San Andreas. This beautiful cigar features an 11-year-old Mexican wrapper with Nicaraguan fillers and a Connecticut broadleaf binder.
For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’ve pulled out the CAO Flathead V660 Carb which is a full-flavored box pressed cigar with a striking flat top. It features a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and a blend that’s heavy on Nicaraguan leaf.
Today I’ve chosen the Trump 2020 Victory Cigar from Ted’s Cigars to honor Donald J. Trump’s 4 years in office as the greatest President since George Washington. The MAGA movement isn’t ending but just beginning.
For my final International Cigar Lightation Ceremony of the Donald J. Trump administration I’ve selected the Perdomo 20th Anniversary Maduro which features an 8-year-old Cuban-seed Nicaraguan Maduro wrapper that’s been bourbon barrel-aged for an additional 14-months. This medium-to-full bodied smoke has notes of semi-sweet chocolate and espresso on the finish.
Today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony is being conducted with a heavy heart in honor of longtime friend and owner of the Humidor Store, Jim Blanton, who passed away on Sunday night. To honor him I’ve chosen the Tennessee Waltz from Crowned Heads, a medium-to-full bodied cigar with a dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper with Nicaraguan tobaccos for the filler and binder.
Today I’ve pulled out the Camacho Distillery Edition Connecticut for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony as we remember a moment from last year’s National Championship game when Joe Burrow lit up a cigar in the Superdome. The Camacho Distillery Connecticut tobaccos are aged in bourbon barrel for 6 months including the beautiful Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper.
I am enjoying the Partagas Classic for today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony. This exquisite cigar has a beautiful Cameroon wrapper, Mexican binder and Dominican and Mexican fillers for a smoke that is rich with spicy notes.