Confessions of a Cuban Cigar Smoker, Volume I Forty years of living can teach you a lot. And four years of cigar smoking can give you a lot of time to reflect on that knowledge. This is a series of essays about the meaning of life: the lessons learned, the details you catch along the way, and of course the smoking of some damn good cigars in the process. Confessions Of A Cuban Cigar Smoker, Volume I offers a comedic view on present-day life (think Chris Rock and The Original Kings of Comedy), injected with an academic approach to the cigar lifestyle
The lessons of this book are illustrated with examples from the author’s life, and it’s those life lessons that forge the book’s character. This is a book for people who enjoy living and people who can appreciate and consider all points of view and are willing to indulge in the comedy that surrounds every human experience. This is certainly a book for people interested in Cuban cigars—whether you’re just breaking into the world of cigars, transitioning to Cubans, or even if you’re a seasoned veteran of the treasures that hail from that small island south of Miami. However, this is also a great book to reach for when you just need something to smile about; no desire for cigars is required to enjoy it.
This book provides serious cigar knowledge, hilarious real-life insights, reviews of some rare Cubans, and a whole lot of laughs. The humor will keep you thinking and laughing a long time after you've put the book down.