Episode 4 Recap

4. Long Ash Cigar Contest

Long Ash Cigar Contest

In this episode of The Cigar Guys Podcast, Mark, Jared, Zach, and Alex decided to do a special competition – a long ash contest. The objective of the contest was to see who could keep the ash on their cigar the longest without it falling off. Mark was smoking a “My Fathers” cigar, Jared was smoking an “Ashton” cigar, Zach was smoking a “Padron 1926” cigar, and Alex was smoking an “Arturo Fuente” cigar.

The rules of the contest were simple: they only had one chance to light their cigars and they could only light it once in the beginning, with no touch-ups. If the cigar went out or if the ash fell off, they would lose. The contest was going to be an exciting one as they were all smoking different types of cigars with varying shapes and densities.

The four cigar enthusiasts lit their cigars at the same time, making sure to toast them evenly. They were all fired up, ready to see who would win the contest. Alex had already claimed that he was going to win, but the competition was still wide open, with each of them having a chance to take the crown.

As the contest progressed, they talked about different techniques for lighting cigars, and how some small nuances, such as spinning the cigar while lighting it, could impress other cigar enthusiasts. They also talked about Cigar University, which was available on their YouTube channel. They discussed the importance of knowing how to smoke a cigar, and how going too fast or too slow could result in a loss.

Throughout the contest, they talked about different aspects of cigars and the cigar smoking culture, sharing their insights and knowledge with the viewers. They also talked about the importance of using the right lighter and not rushing the lighting process. They all agreed that taking the time to properly light a cigar was a small but important part of the cigar smoking experience.

In the end, the winner of the long ash contest was determined, and the four cigar guys celebrated the winner, congratulating him on his victory. They also discussed the possibility of having another long ash contest in the future, which would give them all another chance to compete and see who would come out on top.

The long ash cigar contest was a fun and exciting event for the guys and their viewers. It showed the importance of proper technique when smoking a cigar, as well as the impact that technique can have on the final product. The contest was a great opportunity for the guys to showcase their cigar smoking skills and for viewers to learn about different cigars and techniques. Whether you’re a seasoned smoker or a newcomer to the world of cigars, the long ash cigar contest is a must-see event for anyone interested in the world of cigars.

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On this episode of The Cigar Guys Podcast, Zach, Mark, and Jared are joined by @CaseyMichaelMusic to discuss their passion for cigars and whiskey, music, and the rewards of hard work.Support the showThank you for tuning into The Cigar Guys Podcast! Subscribe and turn on notifications so you don't miss an episode!Want Video? visit: https://youtube.com@thecigarguysCigar Guys Merch: https://cigarguys.creator-spring.com/Our Cigar Shop: https://1102cigars.com/shopCollaboration/Sponsorship Inquiries: cigarguyspodcast@gmail.comFollow us on social media:TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thecigarguysTwitter: https://twitter.com/realcigarguysInstagram: https://instagram.com/cigarguyspodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/realcigarguysRumble: https://rumble.com/cigarguysCo-Hosts:Alex: https://www.instagram.com/gonzotonightMark: https://www.instagram.com/marknikollajZach: https://www.instagram.com/zachnikollajJared: https://instagram.com/burrowsciga…
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