Host Guide: Smoker's Triumvirate

  • Photography by Pornchai Mittongtare
    La Gloria Cubana 64-ring cigars and humidor; Diamond Crown Maximus; Cuban Cohibas and Montecristos; Davidoff’s Classic panatela, Double R double corona, and Special R robusto Photography by Pornchai Mittongtare
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Nothing caps a social gathering quite as elegantly as an after-dinner cigar. Whether this smoke is a time-tested classic, a rare find, or an extremely exclusive offering, it will invite relaxation, spur conversation, and satisfy the senses of the connoisseur and the occasional smoker alike.

 

Our picks appear in the following articles:

The Essentials
Rare Prizes
Showstoppers
Tools of Preparation

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