What pairs well with Cuban cigars?

When individuals are looking to spend a luxurious night they gather around in a lounge or a fireplace with a Cuban cigar in one hand while the other holds a chilled whiskey glass. Fine whisky and fine cigars have been used throughout many generations as a symbol of class and wealth. When the two are combined they create a tantalizing smell and flavour which result in an amazing feeling. When the right brands of both the cigar and whisky are selected an ultimate pairing or the perfect match is created.

The Suntory Hibiki thirty year and the Bolivar cigars

The Suntory Hibiki thirty year and the Bolivar cigars are no exception to that rule. These two are meant for individuals with refined tastes and pair well with the Japanese whisky. The Bolivar cigars consists of tangy and earthy flavours that make them a strong type of cigar with lingering effects. The Suntory Hibiki 30 Year costs at least two thousand five hundred dollars a bottle. Only about fifteen thousand bottles are manufactured  which makes it extremely hard to find it on sale in the stores.

The Cohiba cigar and Nun’s Island Distillery Pure Pot Still whiskey

These two are luxurious brands that are a great combination. The cohiba cigars are originally made in Cuba and on average a single cigar costs about seventy dollars. These cigars have been finely rolled and they have a grassy  pleasant flavour. The Nun’s Island Pure Pot is an Irish spirit that has been existence for more than a hundred years with  a single bottle priced at a hundred and forty dollars. This Irish spirit is recognized as one of the tastiest and smoothest whisky globally. In the present day only a single bottle that is unopened in the market. This is an ideal combination for people who like living a luxurious and prestigious lifestyle.

The Nun’s Island Pure Pot and  the H. Upmann

The H.Upmann was the favourite cigar of  John F. Kennedy who was a former president. While it has not aged the H. Upmann’s flavour consists of floral in addition to citrus tastes which only become better as it ages. Initially only two hundred and seventy three bottles were released into the market each going for about five thousand dollars a bottle while a shot is sold at three hundred and fifty dollars. When the flavours from the Irish whisky and those of the cigar combine the user is awarded with a sensation that is golden. The taste consists of spice as well as caramel.