Best Cigars to Smoke After the Apocalypse | Cigars Direct

The world went and blew itself up. There's nothing left but rubble and smoke. What's a cigar enthusiast to do? Light up, of course.

Ashton Symmetry

The world started as a pile of dirt and now it's ending as one. "As it was in the beginning, so shall it be in the end." Perfect symmetry, wouldn't you say?

Oliva Viejo Mundo

"Viejo Mundo" = "old world" (in Spanish). Fire up this well-priced flavorful smoke and remember a time when you didn't have to poop in a hole in the ground or fight your relatives over canned beans.

Drew Estate Liga Privada No. 9

This was originally a cigar for the private stash of the Drew Estate dudes. Now, you can scavenge anyone's private stash! Might as well go for the nice stuff.

Padron 1926 Anniversary

Cigar of the Year in 2004! Spicy, full-flavored, and aged to perfection. Even in 1926, people had it better than you. Puff on this while you lay back on your luxurious new bed made from the flattest rock you could find that didn't set your Geiger counter off too badly.

Arturo Fuente Lost City

They're all lost cities, now. The good news is, you can now found a new one using your own name. "Daveopolis" has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? The world is empty - you can go ahead and found Daveville, Davetoria, Daveburgh, and Daveington while you're at it. And naturally: smoke 'em if you got 'em. (You did stash a humidor in your backyard bunker, didn't you?)