Sigmund Freud once said, "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar," at which point he mistakenly attempted to light the lollipop dangling from his lower lip. Dig into the psychology of stogies with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of cigars and accessories from Stogies World Class Cigars.
The friendly cigar aficionados at Stogies World Class Cigars help patrons navigate an extensive inventory of cigars, humidors, and lighters in pursuance of the zenith of smoking experiences. Explore humidors filled with cigars ($2–$65) from brands that include Perdomo, Kristoff, and Montecristo, or augment at-home smoking environments with fine cutters and ashtrays in all price ranges. An Alec Bradley tabletop cigar lighter ($49.95) is ideal for conflagrating stogies or crafting tiny horseshoes. Humidors ($24–$600) keep prized cigars in top condition, and the store’s engraving service can personalize a lighter (about $10) to create an instant keepsake or provide a helpful grocery-list reminder. Three plasma TVs tuned to sporting events light up the shop’s lounge, where cigar lovers can smoke, converse, or attempt to light cigars from the wireless-Internet-router’s blinking LED.
Stogies World Class Cigars
Stogies World Class Cigars cements its status as a formidable cigar resource by stocking an extensive selection of combustibles and accessories, hand selecting a staff chock-full of cigar know-how to help clients navigate the staggering stock. Stogies also proudly cultivates a sophisticated lounge where aficionados can gather, light up, and watch TV or compare notes. Clients peruse a selection of aromatic cigars from brands such as Montecristo, Kristoff, and Padron, all of which beg to be held and kissed with a match flame.
Smokers in search of a good way to start or perfect their at-home collections can check out a vast selection of humidors, stock up on ashtrays and cutters, or enlist the staff's steady laser engravers, which festoon smoking accessories and cigars with personalized messages or gentle reminders to exhale. The lounge's six big plasma-screen TVs and wireless Internet keep smokers entertained as they enjoy the goods, and visiting guests, such as reps from heavyweight cigar manufacturers, often expound on industry practices and the secrets to proposing with a perfectly formed smoke ring.