My selection for today’s International LIghtation Ceremony is the Davidoff Winston Churchill Late Hour with tobaccos aged for six months in finest Scotch single malt whisky casks. This cigar is covered with a shiny and oily Habano Ecuadorian wrapper in a beautiful dark chocolate color.
Cigar Dave is joined by Colonel Ange from the Pooch Pit to discuss Thanksgiving Turkey Preparation Maneuvers including how to brine the turkey, the different ways to prepare the turkey including roasting, grilling, smoking and frying, so that you may host the ultimate Alpha Male Thanksgiving. Today’s cigar selection is the Alec Bradley Maxx, part of the November Officers Club selection, and it pairs beautifully with my Wild Turkey.
Cigar Dave is joined by Glynn Loope, former Director of the Cigar Rights of America to discuss what is next for him and how the election will impact you as a cigar connoisseur and the Premium Cigar Industry as the Enemies of Pleasure continue their assault on our freedoms. Plus we light up a Gurkha Heritage cigar, the October Cigar Dave Officers Club selection, and I sample Johnnie Walker Red.
Cigar Dave is joined by George Rami, Brand Ambassador of Camacho Cigars and Avo Cigars, to discuss the entire portfolio from Avo including the Avo Classic Maduro #3 which they are smoking for today’s show.
Cigar Dave is joined by George Rami, Brand Ambassador of Camacho Cigars and Avo Cigars, to discuss the entire portfolio of Camacho Cigars and how it grew from a Mom and Pop brand to a big brand with the motto of ‘Live Loud’. While discussing these wonderful cigars, Cigar Dave will enjoy the Camacho Connecticut, a beautiful mild-to-medium bodied cigar that appeals to all cigar connoisseurs.
Cigar Dave is joined by George Rami, Brand Activation Manager and Brand Ambassador for Camacho Cigars and Avo Cigars as they discuss history, how he started in the cigar industry, and some of the cigars he enjoys. Plus we light up the Camacho Nicaragua with beautiful notes of pepper and a subtle sweetness.
Today’s selection for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony is the Alec Bradley Project 40. This cigar uses a Nicaraguan wrapper, Brazilian Habano binder and fillers from Nicaragua.
Cigar Dave with the reason to stock up now on your favorite cigars as there is a shortage, a new collaboration between Fuente and Padron coming next summer, I’m smoking the Plasencia Alma del Fuego and sampling the Erdinger Oktoberfest beer.
I’ve selected the Villiger San’Doro Colorado for today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony. This beautiful medium-bodied smoke has a nutty quality, espresso notes with a little bit of spice but not too much.
Today’s selection for the daily International Cigar Lightation Ceremony is the Casa Turrent Serie 1901 featuring a beautiful San Andrés maduro wrapper, Mexican San Andrés criollo and Nicaraguan binder, and San Andrés criollo and negro plus Nicaraguan fillers.