For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’m smoking the Rocky Patel Sixty made to celebrate Rocky’s 60th birthday. This beautiful box-pressed cigar has been aged for 2 years and is wrapped in a Mexican San Andreas wrapper.
I have selected the Padrón 1964 Anniversary Series Natural for today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony. This box-pressed Nicaraguan puro features a beautiful Natural Colorado wrapper grown in Nicaragua.
For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’m smoking a K by Karen Berger Connecticut as we celebrate Blue Origin’s journey to space. This smoke features a Connecticut Shade wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and filler.
For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’ve chosen the Casa Turrent 1880 Colorado cigar. This creamy medium-bodied smoke features a beautiful Mexican Negro San Andrés Colorado wrapper with Mexican binder and fillers.
Today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony is celebrating the Tampa Bay Lightning’s back-to-back Stanley Cup Championships as they beat the Canadiens in 5 games. I’ve selected the Davidoff Exclusive Tampa cigar which is a mild-to-medium flavored cigar featuring an beautiful Ecuadorian Connecticut Rojiza wrapper.
For this Independence Day I’ve chosen the CAO America for our International Cigar Lightation Ceremony. This beautiful smoke features 2 wrappers grown in the USA, a Connecticut Broadleaf and a Connecticut Shade.
For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’m smoking a Byron Corona Cigar 25th Anniversary cigar. This smoke celebrates 25 years for Corona Cigars and features a rich, dark Ecuadorian Vintage Habano wrapper and an undisclosed blend of tobaccos for a delicious full flavored smoke.
I’ve selected The Banker by H. Upmann for today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony in honor of Don Martin, a World War II veteran who passed away earlier this month. This beautiful cigar was given out at a live Cigar Dave Show in Charlotte that he attended. It features an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper with Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos.
For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’ve chosen the new Camacho Cigars Factory Unleashed. This medium-bodied smoke features a beautiful Ecuadorian Corojo wrapper with Honduran binder and fillers from Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’ve selected the Macanudo Inspirado Brazilian Shade. This limited edition mild-to-medium bodied cigar features a Connecticut shade wrapper that was grown in Brazil and paired with a Mexican San Andres binder and a four-filler blend with tobaccos from Brazil, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. I’ve paired this cigar with Dewar’s 15 Year Old scotch.