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 this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$35 for a five-cigar sampler with an Ashton ashtray (a $70 value)
- One Montana Azul Dos Capas cigar
- One Jesus Fuego Origen cigar
- One Jesus Fuego 777 Corojo cigar
- One Giralda cigar
- One Padilla cigar
- One 8.5” Ashton ashtray with four stations<p>
$43 for a nine-cigar sampler (an $86 value) * One Montana Azul Dos Capas Barber Pole cigar * One Jesus Fuego Origen cigar * One Jesus Fuego 777 Corojo cigar * One Giralda cigar * Five Padilla cigars from the Dominus, Series 1948, 1932, and 1968, Miami, and Cazadores lines<p>
$48 for a five-cigar sampler with a Room 101 ashtray (a $96 value) * One Montana Azul Dos Capas Barber Pole cigar * One Jesus Fuego Origen cigar * One Jesus Fuego 777 Corojo cigar * One Giralda cigar * One Padilla cigar * One 9.5” black resin Room 101 ashtray with four stations<p>
Good Karma Cigar
Plumes of aromatic smoke waft through Good Karma Cigar’s 4,000-square-foot storefront and lounge, where hand-rolled stogies await the jaws of cigar cutters within wrappers and wooden boxes. Aficionados on staff curate and update the fragrant selection with boutique cigars by brands such as Viaje, Illusione, Curivari, and El Triunfador. Specialty cigars recline in humidors, including Dos Capas by Montana Azul, folded by artisanal rollers who apprentice for years by wrapping mummies. Others, such as the Jesus Fuego, prioritize the smooth flavor admired by connoisseurs, carefully monitoring quality by culling tobacco leaves grown specifically for the brand. After navigating shelves of cigars, humidors, and cutters, shoppers can kick back, sample their purchase, and summon the ghost of George Burns in a smoking lounge.