Is "cigar fasting" a good thing?
However, on Monday, I can't wait to light-up. That Monday morning cigar usually tastes pretty good, too. If there's any advantage to this change in my lifestyle, I suppose it's that my palate gets a bit of a rest. The other scenario that applies is when I get that rare cold.
I've also noticed that this "fasting" concept works in my "alter ego" music life. If I practice every night, I continue to improve as a musician. But if I give my hands some rest from the piano and the guitar for a few days, my skills seem somewhat sharper when I return to practicing. (Other musicians I know have concurred with me on this.)
If I could, I would probably smoke cigars every day without interruption. On the other hand, many health-conscious people believe that regular meal fasting is good for your health, so maybe "cigar fasting" is good for you, too.