Much like a cup of coffee, for many people, the enjoyment of a cigar represents a daily ritual.
Heck, the two often go hand in hand.
Generally, to serve as a daily cigar, two factors need to be met:
an agreeable taste profile that isn’t overbearing or gets tiresome fast;
a sustainable cost per cigar
Believe it or not, there are those who walk among us (or maybe they fly overhead or sail by in their private yachts) who are fortunate enough to have the resources to enjoy the likes of an expensive, super-premium cigar like the Cohiba Behike every day. Maybe even more than once daily.
If you so happen to fall into this category of cigar smoker then to you we say, congratulations – you’ve undoubtedly made it to the top.
For even someone who has the means to enjoy a reasonably-priced Ashton Classic or a Montecristo No. 2 cigar each day, a decent chunk of change will need to go toward the daily cigar fund.
Of course, for those living in a locality where tobacco taxation is lower, enjoying a daily cigar such as the aforementioned is certainly an easier feat to pull off.
Regardless of where you live, for the many of us who must remain somewhat price-conscious, being able to enjoy a cigar day-in-day-out is often made possible by utilizing either a value-priced long-filler cigar, a ‘sandwich-style’ short-filler cigar, or maybe even a stalwart machine-made cigar.
For many tobacconists, customer purchases of these widely-affordable cigars are what often account for the bulk of monthly sales.
Therefore, stocking these cigars for the average consumer is a must.
Using the portfolio of Canadian cigar distributor House of Horvath, we’ll have a look at a selection of cigars that are serving as a quality affordable ‘everyday cigar’ for many cigar lovers today.