Our contributing writer Dr. Mitch Fadem went looking for a reasonably priced single malt whiskey to accompany his premium cigars. Instead of Scotch, he took a chance on a single malt Irish whiskey and hit pay dirt… Read more
Famous Smoke has partnered with expert tobacconists and mixologists, and just published a new cigar and spirit pairing guide. The guide is an interactive tool that helps both connoisseurs and novices alike get recommendations on what cigars pair well with different spirits.
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This is the fourth and final pairing review of various CAO cigars with Flying Dog craft brews. This time, the featured cigar is the CAO Gold Robusto, which measures 5 x 50 and is made with an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper and a blend of Nicaraguan filler tobaccos. The cigar is mild-to-medium bodied, with a hint of some sweet spice… Read More
The CAO Mx2 cigar is made with a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, Brazilian Maduro binder, and a four-country blend of filler tobaccos from Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Peru…Read more
My second sampling of a CAO cigar paired with a Flying Dog craft brew features the OSA Lot 50 and a Snake Dog India Pale Ale… Read more
To take the guesswork out of pairing a cigar with an appropriate beverage, CAO and Flying Dog have joined forces to create a pairing pack of four CAO cigars with four Flying Dog craft brews. The first pairing that I sampled was a CAO Brazilia and a Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter… Read more