This magazine is the quintessential paperback with the robust selection of aptly selected, well placed, eloquently versed and appropriately sequestered acquisitions of grandeur. Not only is this magazine at the forefront of all that encompasses an astutely assembled publication, but also it redefines the essence of the aristocratic individual as well as embraces the desire for ineffable luxury while allowing for networking beyond assumed status-quos.
By definition, aristocracy as been known to mean any class or group considered to be superior, as through education, ability, wealth, or social prestige. In general, “Luxury” has been synonymously linked to the affluent only. As cigars were reserved to the “elite”, now the middle class individual is quickly being exposed to the “finer things” that a full bodied cigar, conversation and a probable cognac or scotch would yield.
Sigaro epitomizes the un-palpable union that will arise from availing to the upcoming individuals who would take a chance on themselves, the ability to envision all that aristocracy has enjoyed for eons but also have an opportunity to delve into the foray by interacting with the affluent where a service or product is in demand. For where there is supply, demand must surely arise or it shall be created come what may. Man is never an island, and therefore, networking shall escalate to levels that have not been addressed by publications in the past. And rightfully so shall these metaphoric social classes come together amidst the draw from a robust, maduro wrapped Churchill or a flavor full Connecticut grown wrapped Davidoff Cigar. For in reality, “Brothers of the leaf” rarely segregate based on social standings while partaking in the three “C’s” namely: cigars, conversation and camaraderie.