CgarSmoker wrote:I had an '04 BBF with a glass of a local barrel purchase of Elmer T Lee yesterday at my local cigar shop.
I met a person from a cigar club here in Louisville at Bourbon's Bistro the other day. We started talking about bourbon and cigars. He believes that bourbon is the best spirit to have with a cigar and says he has tried them all - single malts, ports, cognac, etc... He is of the opinion that your bourbon should be opposite of your cigar i.e. if it is a spicey cigar then a sweeter but flavorfull bourbon like Pappy 15yo should be smoked with it while if it is a milder smoke then something more spicey like Old Grand Dad 114 is more appropriate. Any comments on this yourself?
White Lightning wrote:
But as Linn indicated there are many other nuances to consider besides the black and white descriptions we are making here. For instance some of the cigars I smoke are 15 or more years old and not necessarily of the same origin thus reflecting differently in the views and opinions of others.
PM me if ya like -- I'll send you a couple of cigars to experiment with.
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