Cigars have long been associated with luxury and success, and they represent Limbaugh’s conservative political beliefs.
Rush Limbaugh is an American radio personality, political commentator, and author. He is best known for his talk radio show, The Rush Limbaugh Show, which is syndicated on AM and FM radio stations across the United States.
Limbaugh has been a conservative political commentator since the 1990s, and his radio show often features his opinions on current political and social issues. He was very outspoken regarding his views on politics and culture. He has been a controversial figure, but he has also been a very successful radio personality.
Beginning in the 1970s, Limbaugh worked in radio. He quickly developed a following among conservative listeners. In the 1980s and 1990s, as he rose to prominence as one of the nation’s most well-known radio broadcasters, Limbaugh’s popularity increased. He has been syndicated on radio stations across the United States.
His program is renowned for its conservative viewpoint and emphasis on news and current affairs. Limbaugh often criticizes liberals and Democrats. He has been accused of making inflammatory and offensive statements. However, the radio personality has also been praised for his wit and humor.
Limbaugh has been a controversial figure, but he has also been highly successful. He has been awarded several prestigious broadcasting awards, and he has been inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.
Aside from his outspoken views about politics and culture, he is also vocal about his love for cigars. During an interview with Cigar Aficionado, he revealed the cigars he tried and the cigars he smoked for special occasions.
Rush Limbaugh tried different brands of cigars.
Limbaugh has said that he enjoys Cuban cigars the most and has even given some of them away as gifts. He also stated that he saved the Cuban cigars for special occasions.
“I like keeping things special in my life. So I do smoke some Honduran Punches now and then. And I still have a box of Ashtons and Partagas No. 10’s,” he said, adding, “Ramon Allones Gigante is a hit. This is like five Cohiba Robustos rolled into one.’
Rush Limbaugh said that Punch Double Coronas, Partagas Lusitanias, and Montecristo No. 2 are the best tobacco in the world.
Rush Limbaugh revealed that at one time, he traveled to London with a friend and went to the store to get any Hoyos. He claimed that he was incredibly excited to taste some Cuban cigars since he’s always desired the best he could buy.
As a matter of fact, he carefully examined everything, even the specifics of the Cohibas and the Hoyo de Monterrey Double Coronas. However, to his dismay, there were none available, so he tried Punch Double Coronas, Partagas Lusitanias, and Montecristo No. 2.
Since he understood it was a question of taste at the time, he didn’t give a damn what people thought. However, in his opinion, these cigars are something that not even the Communists could ruin.
“It’s the best tobacco in the world. There’s no comparison. This is not to put anybody else’s down. I’ve looked into it. I’ve studied it. It’s like Bordeaux grapes. You can try growing them in California, but they’re not the same. They’ve taken Cuban seed to Jamaica and Honduras, but it just isn’t the same,” he remarked.
Rush Limbaugh revealed what he likes so much about cigars.
Many people are interested as to why Rush Limbaugh likes cigars so much, and the late radio host shared some of his reasons for doing so rather than keeping all of them to himself.
He stated that the flavor comes first, followed by the fact that they serve as a reward. He said that he treated them as a particular luxury. Limbaugh also enjoys how they feel in his hands and how they smell. In fact, he claims that one of the discouraging aspects of smoking cigars is that he cannot smell them the same way another person can when they are being smoked.
He stated: “Sometimes I’ll just usher people into my office and say, ‘Light this,’ and ask them to sit there and smoke just so I can smell it. Cigars relax me. They help me to think. I only recently began smoking them while doing the radio show, and just having one in my hand seems to lower whatever inhibitions I have just a bit and bring out the expressiveness of my personality.”
Rush Limbaugh has 12 humidors at his home in various sizes.
Rush Limbaugh understood the value of owning humidors, especially given his passion for cigars and his need to store a variety of brands. He kept 12 humidors of varying sizes at his house for this reason.
He had one in the radio headquarters in addition to his house. He also possesses a number of Zinos, Davidoffs, and a few French ones that he purchased at Manhattan’s Desmond Sautter’s and Arnold’s Tobacco Shop.
“They’re big and beautiful. Each holds 200 cigars. When I finally indulge myself in a new place to live, I’m going to build a walk-in humidor and keep the cigars in the boxes they come in,” he added.