Debonaire’s goal is to produce the finest premium cigars available today. Indeed a lofty goal, but the guy stating it, Philip S. Zanghi III, also founded a cigar company that eventually absorbed into Rocky Patel cigars, so he undoubtedly has our attention.
Zanghi founded Debonaire intending to do more than create bangin’ cigars. He wants to spread a philosophy of self-betterment, positivity, and authenticity. To Zanghi, cigars lead to conversation. When you’re around a table smoking with others, there’s a better chance that the phones are down and the human contact is organic, face to face, and engaging.
Debonaire Daybreak Connecticut cigars made their debut at the 2017 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show. It was the third in Debonaire’s portfolio and the first to use a Connecticut wrapper. Debonaire’s idea was to have a cigar option for different parts of the day. Daybreak Connecticut cigars in the morning, Habano in the afternoon, and Maduro would follow dinner.
Debonaire Daybreak Connecticut cigars feature aged Nicaraguan and Dominican long-fillers wrapped in a spicy Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper. This leaf ages for over a year to give the cigar a creamy finish. You can expect flavors of graham cracker, cocoa, cedar, and spice in this mild-strength stick.
Starting your day with Debonaire Daybreak Connecticut cigars is the best way to start it right.
Please enjoy Debonaire Daybreak Connecticut cigars at your leisure.