If there was one madness that Rolls-Royce had not considered since the modern era, it is that of joining the world of cigars. The prestigious luxury car brand has just released its second high-end humidor. Explanations.
A luxury humidor
From the top of its 55,000 dollars (about 48,000 euros), the Rolls Royce humidor must be up to the task. And for good reason, its price is that of a mid-range vehicle in France! However, his role will not be to lead you where you want, but only to keep your cigars during your travels. However, you can imagine that at this price, its prowess must go a little beyond a simple classic humidor.
The Rolls Royce Cellarette consists of an aluminum structure both for the aesthetic aspect and for the protective and insulating side. It opens on all sides and lifts to reveal the first surprise, namely stone glasses, hand blown. There is a box on either side of the structure. The first, lined in leather, is supposed to accommodate a bottle (of whiskey) and the other is none other than the famous humidor lined with Spanish cedar and equipped with an analog hygrometer, thus being able to accommodate 4 cigars.
Rolls Royce and its thoughtful travel humidor
Everything has been carefully thought out so that each part of the humidor is efficient. The open-pore obsidian veneer top tray can double as a stand for your glasses, ashtray or even serve as a small side table during a picnic or alfresco dining.
Two ST Dupont accessories also complete the Cellarette: a flexible Rolls Royce ST Dupont Ligne 2 lighter, as well as a cigar cutter. They are housed in a circular magnetic storage attached to the humidor. The magnetic ashtray is also part of the game. However, if you can’t afford this humidor we have a nice cigar humidor category.
Rolls Royce indicates that this travel accessory can be personalized according to the wishes of the buyer. You will find this little gem at any dealership of the brand.