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Beer-seasoned cigars

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Jam and toast. Beef and mustard. Sandy beaches and ice cream. In order to enjoy some of life's finest experiences, their separate components should be kept as just that - separate.

But Ted's Cigars don't play by the rules. The Kentucky-based cigar maker has a tradition of blending cigars with the smoky flavours of bourbon - and it's now produced a smoke seasoned with beer.

The Samuel Adams Utopias cigar adds the subtle nutty flavours of Utopias beer (a brew finished in port and single-use bourbon casks) with the woody notes of tobacco. Health-harmingly delicious, you can pick up 25 for £170. Just think of all the gesticulating you'll be able to do now you've combined these two items in one flavour stick.

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