It may take a bit longer to light up with a match, but keep in mind that bundle of tobacco you're holding required several years of care and craftsmanship before arriving in your hands as a premium cigar—the least you can do is take a few extra moments to make sure it's properly lit.
Don't confuse high-quality cigar matches with run-of-the-mill matchbooks found in convenience stores. These matchsticks are made of wood, not paper, and the sulfur-free heads ensure that the match will not affect the flavor of your cigar.
The next time you're afforded the luxury of time, take a moment and slowly toast the foot of your cigar with a long wooden match. Allow the crackling wood and the aroma of premium tobacco to be absorbed by your senses. It might just remind you why you're having that cigar in the first place: to slow things down and relax.