Selecting a stoagie, choosing a cigar, or picking a puffer carries some weight in man circles. Grabbing a cheapie roll of tobacco can dent that carefully crafted mojo you’re trying to establish. We’ll help you avoid the old shoe smelling mistakes and guide you toward the good stuff.
To start Everyone thinks Cuban’s are the ultimate in cigars. For one they are illegal(could add mojo), overrated and I am sure one of your friends would not recognize a true Havana cigar even if Castro himself showed up. And yes, Castro has showed up on a couple of our bachelor parties. Here’s some knowledge to help you avoid newbie mistakes:
Where they make good cigar: Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and Honduras.
Mild or Strong – This is the flavor and aroma of the smoke, a powerful, heavy cigar’s taste can disappear quicker than you’d expect.
Size – there are several sizes, for the occasion choose something substantial like a Robusto or Corona, Churchills look cool, but they are huge!