New Year's Tradition and Cigars

Aside from opening a bottle of champagne at the stroke of Midnight, there are other traditions used to ring in the New Year. According to Spanish tradition, you are supposed to eat 12 grapes, one at each stroke of the clock at midnight on New Year's Eve. Each grape represents good luck for each month of the coming year. In some Central and South American countries, wearing special underwear on New Year's Eve is thought to bring good luck. Red underwear is supposed to bring love, and yellow brings money. And of course, Cigars! Smoking a premium cigar is a great way to celebrate the close of a memorable year, or welcome a new one. Looking for a great cigar to start off the New Year? Davidoff just released their Limited Edition Year of the Pig cigar, which is a full-strength Colorado Maduro with a H2000 wrapper, a Mexican San Andres binder, and a blended filler made from Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos. The head of the cigar is capped off with a pigtail. So for the sake of Auld Lang Syne, start a new tradition lighting up a premium stick and shouting, "Happy New Year!"

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