THE ensuing days blur into a momentous series of experiences; intertwined and overlaid in a long, hot mirage of wonder.
IT sometimes feels like the cigar industry is moving away from its foundations. Just like oysters – which were once the mainstay of London’s poor, providing cheap, nutritious food on the doorstep and are now the bastion of high-end restaurants – cigars are now seen in many quarters as the ultimate accessory; a benchmark of luxury and success that only the rich can afford to enjoy.
DO you remember pick’n’ mix when you were a kid? When you could have a couple of mojos, a blackjack or three, the obligatory flying saucer, a white chocolate mouse, shoelaces, a flump, cola bottles and one of those hideous tasting bananas for just a few of your precious pocket money pennies.
IT’S not everyone’s cup of tea – but the Breakfast Smoke is a big deal, nonetheless. While many brothers and sisters of the leaf recoil in horror at the thought of lighting up shortly after completing one’s morning ablutions, plenty more seasoned pros will tell you that their early smoke is the finest of the day.
OUR Top 5 cigars, recommended by our Sautter Family! Each week we’ll list your recommendations. This week comes from Donald D. Sutcliffe of Sutcliffe & Son.
OUR Top 5 cigars, recommended by our Sautter Family! Each week we’ll list your recommendations. This week comes from Nick Hammond.