Serious cigar aficionados like to keep track of what they're smoking — and Humidor Notes ($13/3-pack) are perfect for the job. In addition to a built-in ruler and cigar ring gauge, these pocket-sized journals feature pages with spots for recording everything from the brand and price to the weather and what you drank with it, as well as a glue dot for attaching the band.
Fine cigars go great with bourbon — but what about a bourbon cigar? As it turns out, they're pretty great too. Maker's Mark Cigars ($8-$11) are made from long-leaf tobacco grown in the Dominican Republic, and are "aromatically enhanced" by the Maker's, giving them a terrific flavor without ever having touched the bourbon. As an added bonus, they arrive in glass tubes that have been hand-dipped in Maker's signature wax, making the containers airtight, humidification unnecessary, and these cigars absolutely perfect for the golf course. [Scouted by Sam]
Summer is almost here, which means lots of outdoor activities: golf, grilling, and getting a nice whiskey buzz while smoking a fine cigar. The Visol Donovan Cigar Ashtray ($27) has you covered on the latter count, with black ceramic construction, four edge-aligned grooves to serve as cigar rests, and a deep basin to ensure your ashes don't end up all over the place should a relaxing breeze blow your way.