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What's the best to go with Cigars, Cognac, or Whisky? Watch

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    So you buy a good quality cigar, what do you recommend drinking with it? I know a lot of it is in the blend and richness but does a fine malted whisky go better with a cigar or is a nicely blened Cignac better?

    What brands of whisky or cognac are best?
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    Neither - the taste of the cigar will completely ruin your ability to taste the whisky or cognac.
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    It all depends on the cigar, what sort of body does it have? what cigar is it?

    Whiskey is the go-to drink with cigars, such as a Macallan or Glenmorangie. However, Martinis and coffee are also drinks that go well with cigars
 
 
 
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