The Griffin’s cigars originated because Bernard Grobet started offering his hand-rolled ones at his private club in Geneva. Named after the club he worked in, these cigars became increasingly poppular.
The latest edition is called the Griffin’s Club Series III, which is a ½ × 52 robusto double-banded cigar. It has a Habano Ecuador Rojiza wrapper, and contains Honduran and Dominican filler tobaccos.
The cigar provides a smooth smoking experience with its mild to medium body, and would possibly go well with a rum cocktail or a spicy French rosé.
A set of 10 costs US$100. Alternatively, one may buy them for US$10 each.[via Robb Report]