Pappy Van Winkle Barrel-Fermented Cigars

Feb 7, 2019

Category: Vices

While most folks know that whiskey and cigars go together like bread and butter, the link between the fabled Pappy Van Winkle brand and stogies is even more ingrained — hell, the founder can be seen smoking one on the label. But the brand has just taken that a step further with their Barrel-Fermented Cigars.

Available in three sizes — Robusto, Toro, and Churchill — these completely handmade cigars are made in very small batches at Drew Estate in Estelí, Nicaragua with locally-sourced tobacco. And each one boasts a bourbon barrel-fermented, tapa-negra-style wrapper — making these the ultimate cigar to pair with perhaps the world’s most desirable bourbon. Sold exclusively by Pappy in custom wood boxes, 10 of these stogies can be yours starting at $130.

Purchase: $130+

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