Today’s daily International Cigar Lightation Ceremony selection is the Macanudo 1968, a full-bodied cigar featuring a tasty Honduran San Agustin wrapper giving it notes of pepper, spice and almost an oaky type of note which would pair with a nice bourbon.
I’m kicking off the weekend with the CAO Gold for today’s Cigar Dave’s daily International Lightation Ceremony. This mild cigar is covered with gorgeous, blonde Ecuadoran Connecticut tobacco which gives it plenty of flavor.
Today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony features the Avo Syncro Nicaragua Fogata, an intense but smooth and balanced cigar with an Ecuadorian Habano 2000 Claro Wrapper, Mexican San Andreas Negro binder, and Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers.
My selection for today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony is Treinta which celebrates Gurkha’s celebrates Gurkha’s 30th anniversary. This cigar has a Ecuador Habano Rosado wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and filler giving it some sweetness and complex flavors in this medium bodied cigar.
Today I am lightning up a artisinal cigar from Tabanero Cigars in Ybor City, FL, for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony. The Maceda Toro Connecticut is a beautiful, well-constructed, medium-bodied smoke with smooth buttery flavors and subtle wood tones.
Today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony selection is the Sindicato Particulares, a Nicaraguan puro that was brought back by Sindicato and Aganorsa Leaf from an old Cuban brand.
To end the week I’ve picked the El Titan de Bronze Titan Redemption Sun Grown for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony made in one of the artisanal boutique cigar factories located in Miami, FL. This medium-bodied cigar uses a Ecuadorian Sun Grown Habano wrapper with nice flavors that are well-balanced.
Today’s cigar selection is the Punch Grand Cru No 2. Pyramid for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony. This classic cigar uses an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Connecticut broadleaf binder and fillers from Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Today’s selection for the daily International Cigar Lightation Ceremony is the Arturo Fuente Flor Fina 858 Natural, a classic medium-bodied cigar with a Cameroon wrapper with Dominican binder and fillers with hints of sweetness and spice.
I’ve selected Bold by Nish Patel from Rocky Patel Cigars for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony which is like a ‘party in your mouth’. This…