Event Invite: 8/31 NYC Views, Cigars & Adult Beverages
As the culture of whisky and aged rums continues to grow, the lifestyle around it evolves as well. This has created a huge following of men and women smoking amazing cigars that pair with some of the best brown spirits. The wave is strong and in NYC, it’s becoming a way of life. Fine Tobacco NYC, has established itself as a leader of the new school, a new school that advocates new cigar smokers while appreciating the OG’s. Every event showcases a new pairing of smoke and drink and this next event will pair a Nicaraguan with a Cuban.
On Wednesday, August 31st at The Hyatt Herald Square in Midtown, you will have a chance to have cigars and rum on the rooftop, which will feature Blanco Cigars, Havana Club Rum and Bacardi 8 Anos. Grab your tixs here and peep the actions for the night:
• One Blanco Nine Cigar (purchase included in ticket price)
• One glass Bacardi 8 Anos aged rum
• One glass Havana Club Anejo Blanco (neat or Mojito)
Dress code: no dress code for this event, but dress for summer weather!
Get more familiar with the smokes and drinks below:
The NINE is made with the finest Oscuro Corojo wrapper grown in Nicaragua. The wrapper, which has been aged for a minimum of 3 years, has been masterfully blended with an exquisite binder from the world famous Jalapa Valley in Nicaragua. To achieve the complex and sophisticated taste and aroma of this full-flavored and full-bodied cigar, three different ligero leaves are used from various Nicaraguan tobaccos as filler. There are notes of wood and cocoa on the unlit foot with big flavors right off the light, its smooth draw with clouds of rich smoke. Earth, coffee and spices dominate the palate, quickly followed by a full and long-lasting body. This is a big smoke with a big profile.
Bacardi 8 Anos
Bacardi's flagship aged rum. Created in 1862, BACARDÍ OCHO remained the sole preserve of the Bacardí family for seven generations. Used only for the most special occasions, this golden sipping rum is one of the oldest private rum blends in the world.
Havana Club Anejo
Still being distilled in Cuba, this delightful white rum is what the islanders use for their Mojitos. And if it's good enough for them... well, you get the idea.