I'm guessing if you're reading this article you most likely enjoy smoking premium cigars, but do you know what the process of making one looks like? Many of us enjoy the luxury that comes along with smoking a premium hand made cigar; however very few know the effort that goes into making the cigars. Making premium cigars like Padron, Davidoff, and Ashton can be an extremely labor intensive process that can take several years, to go from seed to shelf. The purpose of this article will be to better acquaint ourselves with the process, and hopefully provide a new appreciation for the product we love.
Every cigar begins with a seed. The seed itself is extremely small, its equivalent to roughly the size of a candy sprinkle.Just a bottle cap full of seeds is capable of planting an entire row of crops. The seeds are first transformed into seedlings, this takes about 60 days. Once they become seedlings they can be planted in
We all smoke cigars for a variety of different reasons, but in my personal opinion it boils down to three main ones for the majority. The first is the relaxation that comes with smoking a premium cigar. Many of us live hectic lives, trying to balance a busy work schedule, running a household and maintaining a family life. Sitting down to enjoy a cigar; whether we are at home or at a local shop allows us an hour or two of escape. For this period of time the cigar forces us to sit down, decompress and shift focus away from everything except enjoying the cigar in our hand. The second reason we choose to smoke cigars if for the camaraderie that comes along with it . Although, smoking alone can be extremely enjoyable, the true magic of a cigar is the way they can bring people together.Cigars allow people of all walks of life to enjoy an hour or two of luxury and brings those individuals together. The shared love of cigar smoking unites individuals from all professions, income levels and
Since its inception in 2107, the Davidoff Vault program has allowed the company to re-introduce some of Davidoffs most iconic limited editions from the past. The newest installment to the vault, is arguably one of the most anticipated.The cigar in question is the Davidoff USA 25th Anniversary. The cigar was originally released in 2013 to commemorate the company's 25th anniversary of making cigars in the Dominican Republic and its introduction to the U.S. market. The cigar upon its original release was one of the best cigars of 2013. Like all of the previously unvaulted cigars this cigar will be extremely limited and will sell out fast, don't hesitate if you want the opportunity to try this iconic cigar from the past.
The cigar itself features tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, including a beautifully dark reddish-brown wrapper from the Yamasa region . This cigar delivers a medium to full flavor strength and tobacco intensity, providing beautiful balance of flavors, perfec
Davidoff has released a very special cigar to help celebrate their 50th anniversary. The cigar rolled in a beautiful Diadema format by Davidoff's worldclass rollers brings together tobaccos aged for over ten years from some of the best of 2005 crop offerings. Not only do these cigars smoke exceptionally well, they will be released in four different unique jars of ten that act as both a work of art and a humidor.
These jars, designed by French artist Mariane Leger honor the quest which drove founder Zino Davidoff to seek innovation, discovery, variety and taste bringing all four worlds together. With only a total of 8,000 total jars made, these cigars are not only taste second to none but are extremly special and rare. The Diadema Fina brings notes of sweetness, cream and a mild black pepper that only Davidoff can do so well.
Regency Cigar will be offering a complete set of the jars, as well as each individual jar sold seperetly for those customers who are in