Choosing a Cigar: Lesson 4
Believe it or not, you might want to choose your cigar based on when you plan on smoking it. You should take into consideration smoking time allotted and location, as certain ‘gars pair well with mealtimes. Below are some of the general rules behind your cigar choices.
It’s Cigar O’clock
When looking for a morning or breakfast cigar we nominate a lighter fare. Due to usual time restrictions and smaller meals, seasoned smokers might opt for a stubby or mild cigar. Our recommendations include the Montecristo White Toro or the Diamond Crown #6. The Montecristo White still has the complexity but leans towards a lighter selection whereas the Diamond Crown #6 offers a smooth morning smoke.
For lunch we recommend looking for something with a little more punch, such as the La gloria serie R #5 maduro. A bolder choice for that mid day break, you won’t be disappointed with this full-bodied cigar. Try and set aside a little time to enjoy it to the fullest.
As you cruise into the evening, indulging a bit after dinner, we suggest following with an even more robust cigar, certain to be the flavorful end to your day that you were hoping for. Our pick? The LFD DL-700, with a large ring gauge, is no doubt a feast for all of your senses.