Meet other local Kansas City Cigar Enthusiasts and Aficionados.
Enjoy the "Simple Pleasures" in life!
Great business and social networking group!
Want to meet some members first?
Friday evenings at Cigar and Tabac, has become a weekly, unofficial get-together of whoever can show up. Bring something to drink, buy some cigars, and meet some of the members... someone will always be there. Just ask the staff to introduce you to someone in the KC Cigar Club.
Membership Fee is $20.00 per year and only payable through "paypal" account or in person at a club meeting. (Founding Members $10.00 Annual Fee) Annual membership dues renew every January and begin on Feb 1st of the year.
Membership fee must be received within 10 days of approval or the potential member is removed from the web site. *All members must read and agree to abide by the club rules.
*When you join our site, PLEASE post a profile picture. Having a photo to refer back to has been a major benefit to all members when trying to get to know each other.*
Meetings held around "The Greater Kansas City Area" at local restaurants and businesses.
***You do not have to be a Cigar "Aficionado" to enjoy this club. Ultimately, its about having a good time! Many of us had no idea about cigars when we joined, but have learned from many members who love to share their knowledge of the "Art and Pleasure" of Cigar Smoking. Our club is just the place to learn or share with other like minded people your Love for enjoying a good Cigar***
TIP: Selecting A Cigar
Today there are a larger variety of cigars than ever before. Selecting a cigar is the first and most important part of the experience. First, decide the level of body you are comfortable with. Strength for the sake of strength is overrated. A full body cigar should be felt in your stomach rather than in your throat or on your palate. The thickness of the wrapper leaf is a good measure of the body of a cigar. A thicker wrapper will generally deliver fuller body as it has a greater amount of oils. The thickness of the wrapper can be gauged by looking at the area where the wrapper overlaps in a cigar. Next, you will need to decide on a size. This should be determined by the amount of time you have available for smoking as well as the amount of smoke you enjoy. The large ring gauges (52-60) deliver large amounts of smoke and flavor. The medium ring gauges (43-50) are ideal for most blends as they are a good balance of smoke and flavor.