As many different cigars blends, shapes, and sizes as there are, there might be just as many accessories an enthusiast can find themselves researching. There are some items that are essential to enjoy a cigar, and then there are some that you might find interesting as you become more involved in the culture and accessory aspect of the hobby of cigars.
Cigar smokers can be a tough crowd to shop for, since they most likely have everything they “need” already to enjoy their hobby and rituals of cigar smoking. Below we have put together some ideas that can range from simple and inexpensive to extravagant and once in a lifetime experiences.
A good cigar should be savored and enjoyed, here’s how our guest blogger creates a ritual around new and favorite cigar brands.
While standing in front of your local cigar shop’s humidor or browsing online at your favorite tobacconist, you might be reminded of the quote “beauty comes in all shapes and sizes.” You will either take solace in that fact or become instantly overwhelmed by all the choices. But this is partly a reason why cigars are amazing and enjoyable. You can choose a size based on the time you have available, your taste preference, or because you like the way it looks.
When most people think about pairing alcohol and cigars, they think of spirits like brandy, rum, and whiskey. But there are various varieties of wine that make excellent accompaniments to cigars.
Filtered cigars are a widely available option for seasoned enthusiasts looking to expand their palette, as well as cigar lovers who are new to the hobby. Attitudes on filtered cigars are cloudy because they are often considered synonymous with cigarettes, cigarillos, and little cigars.
The Native Americans introduced early 17th century European settlers to tobacco, teaching them how to plant and harvest it properly. Learn how Tobacconists once used cigar store Indians as an advertising tool to represent their business.
Interested in a place of your own to enjoy a good cigar? With planning, an indoor smoking room can become a reality and a cigar lover’s dream!
After creating a custom built-in cigar humidor cabinet for one of our clients Vigilant started receiving a lot of positive feedback. With this popularity, we decided to take it a step further and create a framed built-in wall humidor cabinet that could fit between studs and look like a piece of artwork.
The yacht had previous challenges with its original humidification system and cabinetry when they reached out to Vigilant for help. Having worked on a humidor for another yacht previously,” The King Baby,” we knew the mechanics involved behind the scenes to make it work properly. There are a lot of things to consider when creating a humidor for a ship because of the constant motion it endures while at sea.