It would seem to me that there are few things in this world that will go so well with a nice cigar as a nice bit of liquor, a proper dram of something with a bit of peat and smoky flavor to it. I’m not here to argue about what kind of liquor is best (the answer is scotch, for those who aren’t aware), but to tell you that when it comes to liquors that mix well with a nice cigar, scotch is one that can’t be beaten.
It only makes sense, then, that someone eventually came up with the idea to blend the cigars with fine scotches. Of course, the cigar itself is an excellent cigar in its' own right. It is a medium bodied and creamy smoke, one made with tobaccos from Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua. The blend of this premium stick was designed to embrace the totally organic infusion process developed by 1880 International.
This is what makes these cigars so special. By taking an already delicious, carefully made cigar and incorporating the heady, lusciousness of the Laphroaig 18 year scotch whisky, what evolves is an incredible experience for the cigar lover. One that you will be more than happy to enjoy over and over again. Plus, it pairs absurdly well with a nice glass of scotch. Touche!