This could mean smoke a Dutch Masters cigar.
According to Famous Smoke Shop, Dutch Masters cigars are America's favorite natural wrapped cigar, and have been sold in the U.S. since 1911. They are instantly recognizable for their distinctive packaging featuring Rembrandt's famous painting The Syndics of the Drapers' Guild, as well as for their characteristically smooth, mellow flavor, excellent burn, and pleasing aroma. Read more about the history here.
Despite what you might have heard, cigar smoking isn't safer than cigarette smoking, even if you don't intentionally inhale the smoke. Like cigarette smoking, cigar smoking poses serious health risks. Find out how cigar smoking can impact you at Mayo Clinic.
Check out some of the best quit-smoking tips at WebMD.
Speaking of cigars, former President Bill Clinton reportedly indulges in some of the world's most expensive cigars, from a Dominican Republic company whose smokes fetch up to $1,000 -- that's per cigar, not per box.
Kaizad Hansotia, the chief executive officer of the company Gurkha, told Bloomberg News that one box of "His Majesty's Reserve" fetches $25,000. That price is expected to increase to about $30,000 by next year. Check out more at Fox News.