A Bad Cut Will Ruin a Cigar
When it comes to cigars, there are good cigars, and bad cigars, and every nuance from where the wrapper was grown to how long the filler was cured, grades the subtle differences between the likes of the high and low end tobaccos available. But even bad cigars need to be cut. Might as well do it with style regardless of your choice of smoke.
Any aficionado worth their salt knows how imperative the draw is when you are trying to enjoy a cigar. Too tight, too much work, too loose, and the uneven run begins. A slow even burn and smooth draw is a little slice of smokers heaven. While much has to do with the quality of the cigar, something has to be said about how you cut your cigar. Guillotine or v-cut, your executive desktop companion has you covered.