Best Single Malt Scotch and Cigar Pairings

June 24, 2015

Oban 14 and a Davidoff Anniversario No. 2– The Oban is a Single Malt Scotch from the Highland region of Scotland. Its medium in body and is rich and sweet with a slight smoky undertone. It is the perfect companion for the medium body Davidoff Anniversario No. 2. It’s a beautiful medium body Churchill with a slight Dominican sweetness.

Glenlivet 18 and an Ashton Maduro No. 40– One of the best single malt scotches you will ever try. Its light and smooth in body but rich and sweet in flavor with a hint of chocolate, nuts and leather. The Ashton Maduro No. 40 is a rich toro sized smoke with an oily aged wrapper. It contains notes of almonds, cocoa, and coffee. These two are a really sweet couple.

Lagavulin 16 and a My Father No.1 – Known for its smoky and heavy taste, the Lagavulin is one of the top tier, full bodied scotches in the world. A slight wood finish, it emits good spicy and smoky notes. It is a great libation to pair with a spicy My Father robusto. An Oily Habano wrapper combines with Nicaraguan aged tobaccos to make a spicy and peppery full bodied treat.

Yamazaki and Arturo Fuente Hemingway Classic– This Scotch is by many not even considered Scotch because its made in Japan. Well tell that to the winner of the world’s best single malt whisky. This Japanese creation has a very unique yet delicious flavor. It’s very woody with a slight sweet spice and on the backend. A nice Cameroon wrapper Arturo Fuente Hemingway with its toothy texture and cedar undertones makes quite the match.

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