The good folks at Beverly Hills Cigar Club want you to be happy. Really happy. That’s why they’ve prepared the ultimate recipe for post World Cup celebration: a flute of Moet and a freaking $50 Louixs cigar, the slow burning but breathtaking cigar that is, in short, the best stick in the world. Their take:
Moet Champagne, the company founded in excellence, has warrants
to supply the Queen of England with champagne. Moet started shipping
his wine from Champagne to Paris in 1743. During the reign of King Louis
XV, champagne consumption exploded.
Louixs: The Bugatti Veyron of the Cigar World:
Don’t be misled to believe the Louixs is as fast a burner. The
Louixs, one of the world’s most expensive cigars, is pure magic and is
meant to linger all evening. Made from rare Rosoda leaves, the Louixs
is available only in high-end tobacco shops.