Would you like to enjoy a cigar but you’re not sure how? Curious about cannabis as it becomes legal in more regions of the United States? We’ll introduce you to the fine hobby of smoking, not matter your vice.
Pot culture has come a long way since the days of pseudo-Rastafarian head shops, Cypress Hill’s puerile glamorization of weed in the 90s, and the High Times monthly centerfold. These modern dispensaries offer unique customer experiences to match their one-of-a-kind, designer storefronts.
No longer are cheap ceramic bowls and plastic, six-foot bongs the only options for those who likes to sit back at the end of the day and take a load off by taking a bong rip or two. Enter the design-forward and totally functional Heir waterpipe.
Whether you’re choosing among Ziploc baggies pulled from a backpack or hashing out the finer points at a dispensary, keep your senses keen for the best and most popular marijuana strains available in the U.S. today, including indica, sativa, and hybrid strains.
There’s something so beautiful about a perfect combination of sensations and flavors, hence our motivation for these five cigar and cocktail pairings, as suggested by Highclere Cigar CEO Adam von Gootkin and 'Cigar and Leisure' expert Brian Ledtke.
If you haven’t already heard, which would be nuts since everyone has been talking about them for decades, Cuban cigars are a hot commodity and getting your hands on them can prove to be a bit tricky. But are they worth the hype?
Until recently, the only real way to fly with your stash was by hiding it in your shoes or a “pill” bottle — or so we’ve been told. Now, the city of Los Angeles is making things a little easier by allowing passengers flying through LAX to tote their week in standard carry-on luggage (sort of).