The other day I had to take my Bimmer (635csi) to the BMW Shop at Pacific Motorsports on S.E. Powell in Portland, Oregon home of Cigar Sensei, Mark Dikeos.
Whenever I have an opportunity to be present with Mark, I try to have my Cigar questions in order so I can quickly learn and advance my process with this new Cigar Hobby of mine. So, as it happened, I brought up the topic of Cigar Cutters since I recently discovered that I either lost my favorite super-sharp Davidoff Guillotine-Cutter that I’ve had for over 20-years or it’s lost somewhere in my briefcase.
So, I’ve been using my punch-cutter with great results instead while also aware that Sensei is a longtime advocate of his preferred “V-Cut” method; and then lo-and-behold, 40-years of experience demands my attention.
“I prefer that V-Cut because it gives my lips a little just that little bit more time on the wrapper and that’s flavor … That’s part of the experience” “And, if the tip gets plugged from tar, etc. I use the Guillotine-Cutter to cut off the problem area at the tip and good to go.”
I can’t wait to try these. Did someone say Creamy Souffle? The Crowned Heads Le Creme was supposed to be created around a food theme. Sweet!