We're a talented, discerning bunch around here - thanks to the Commentariat I've learned about cooking, reading, television/movies and, of course, good drinking.
I'm not afraid to admit that I'm a cigar rube. I was a Lucky Strike man for nigh on 12 years until I quit for good just after meeting Mrs. Rev. Since then I've come to loathe cigarettes, to the point that the last one I had actually induced vomiting. I have, however, enjoyed the occasional cigar at weddings, on the golf course and with seminary buddies when we're gettin' our drank on at continuing ed events or conferences. Thankfully I've never had to provide - but just in case, I'd like to move beyond using "um, that one looks good" when it comes to choosing cigars.
So here's the deal - you folks who know that "a good cigar is a smoke," help the rest of the Commentariat out and pass on some suggestions for those of us who would like to know more. Particularly helpful would be websites/brands which are not going to break the bank. Well, that would be helpful for me, at least. Have at it, monsters.