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It's said that the Guggenheim brothers, on learning that the Titanic was sinking, rushed to their staterooms for fresh cigars and black tie attire. They had style, those boys. So can you.

Cigar smoking is not a phase the world is going through. The enjoyment of this elegant vice is timeless. It's an international institution, ripened by a tradition as long as a corona, and embraced by all who live life to the fullest. Additionally, it's a cool prop. You can point it at a waitress and say "Hey honey, bring me another bourbon," or point it at the guy at the next table and say, "Hey you, pass me those nuts." It's as guy an accessory as a stainless steel Rolex Submariner.

Let's continue our list of stylish and serious "steak and chops" kinds of guys who live up to the title: Cigar Afficianado; Winston Churchill, General Patton, Arnold Schwartzenegger, Jack Nicholson, JFK, George Burns who, right up the very end smoked cigars and was surrounded by beautiful adoring women - draw your own conclusions.

Don't know the difference between a cohiba and a casaba, don't come unraveled. Once again, we're here to help. We provide the terminology and ritual for smokology, you bring the matches.

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