veryone has a preferred method to fire up their cigar. Wooden matches are timeless and classy, butane torches are fast and convenient, while the trusty ‘Bic’ lighter can be found in just about every home in the country. Like a … Continue reading “Fired Up” →
s the strange and overused saying goes: “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” I don’t care to know the origin, but it no doubt applies to cigars. Before lighting, a large majority of cigars need to first … Continue reading “A Cut Above” →
he cigar industry is an old one, there’s no doubt about it. Today, it seems every manufacturer in the business is making some attempt at “modernizing” the cigar. Some of these sticks certainly fall flat on their faces, but not … Continue reading “Bourbon Up In Smoke” →
ood company has the power to make everything more enjoyable. New acquaintances and old friends are much like perfect pairings: They bring out the best of everyone involved, sometimes revealing qualities never before noticed. Tobacco and a stimulating, intoxicating beverage … Continue reading “The Perfect Pairing” →
he daffodils are here and the Spring Season is getting revved up on Nantucket. Make it big and bold by choosing the CAO Flathead 554 Camshaft for your smoke. Inspired by the cars of yesteryear, Flatheads are a box-pressed collection … Continue reading “Cars and Cigars; Daffodil Day on Nantucket” →
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