Taylor Richards & Conger
Purveyors of Style for Women & Men






A cigar is best enjoyed at ease. Contemplating one’s ash or the curl of blue smoke adds to the enjoyment, as does the right liquid accompaniment (whiskey, cognac or hearty beer in the evening; coffee or even Diet Coke by day—always with water on the side, of course). Music magnifies the experience. Suitable cigar-pairing genres are the blues, classical, country, electronic, folk, jazz, R&B, trip-hop and Southern Rock. Try pairing them all together. Insanity? Trust us on this. We field tested this playlist with an Aging Room Small Batch M356 Mezzo, and it all dovetails. Settle in for about an hour of pure pleasure.


1.     I’m in the Mood, John Lee Hooker with Bonnie Raitt

2.     Cold, Cold, Cold, Little Feat

3.     Black Milk, Massive Attack

4.     Aberdeen, Kenny Wayne Shepherd

5.     The Man I Love, Billie Holiday

6.     Key to the Highway, B.B. King and Eric Clapton

7.     Chopin’s Waltz #10, op. 70, 1 in G flat major, Peter Schmalfuss

8.     She’s Leaving Me Because She Really Wants to, Lyle Lovett

9.     Chelsea Hotel #2, Leonard Cohen

10.  All Under One Roof Raving, Jamie xx

11.  Boplicity, Miles Davis (the version on Birth of the Cool)

12.  Why Do I Love You?, Dave Brubeck Quartet

13.  Down in the Valley, Solomon Burke



C Guzman