Hello everyone and welcome to the latest weekly installment of the Cigar Café podcast. I’m Lane Oden and I’m joined by my co-host and owner of Cigars and More, Harris Saunders. If you’re a regular listener, we’d like to welcome you back caught our last episode, welcome back. And if this is your first time, we’re glad to have you join us too. For our new listeners, we started this show to cover the cigar lifestyle. And, to us, that lifestyle revolves around enjoying the finer things in life with people you’re close to.

Anyway, let’s get started with the show. Harris, what’s going on?

You know, I’m starting to get a little bit spoiled by what I imagine your life has to be a little like. This show has really been the first time I’ve ever had a scheduled cigar day every week. The last month or so, I’ve got to be honest, this hasn’t exactly felt like work.

Today we wanted to take the time to acknowledge some classic cigars and cigar makers. While we all have modern favorites, these cigars have stood the test of time, year after year.

Macanudo

Romeo y Julieta

Arturo Fuente

Davidoff

1.) a mild creamy cigar – cubanacan

2.) full bodied smoke – Nat Sherman Nicaraguan

3.) For the adventurous (Maybe one that is off the beaten path that’s a bit exotic) Viaje anything cubanacan

4.) Something for the ladies – Montecristo White, Nub Cafe

 

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