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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...i International Airport, not Missing in Action).   It became quite an impromptu party, Pete having just returned from Esteli, Nicaragua where he had been with Pepin and Jaime Garcia, and had shot n...
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Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...yor belt at the airport rolls by I double check to make sure I have everything. Got it! Tripod strapped across my shoulders, hard case on wheels containing the video camera , backpack with 2nd video c...
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Written by: James Payne
#...llows for large air hole.   Puro: In the olden days, the term Puro was used to separate a cigar from a cigarette. Nowadays, it refers to cigars that use tobacco from only one country (ie; not blend...
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Written by: James Payne
#...the quantity of air that is pulled through your cigar when you puff on it. Hot means it is to easy to draw, and plugged means it is too difficult.   EMS (English Market Selection): English Mark...
Word count: 1913
Written by: James Payne
... curing cigars: air and heat. Air curing is achieved by hanging tobacco leaves in open-air barns, so that they dry from the tropical breezes. Curing causes any chemicals added to the leaves to dissipa...
Word count: 1683
Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...yor belt at the airport rolls by  I double check to make sure I have everything. Got it! Tripod strapped across my shoulders, hard case on  wheels containing the video camera , backpack with 2nd vid...
Word count: 1638
Written by: James Payne
#...a fungus of the airborne variety, capable of destroying entire crops within a very short period of time. Scientifically known as Peronospora tabacina, the fungus thrives in cooler temperatures and doe...
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Written by: James Payne
#...r to infect the air. Instead, leave it in the ashtray and let it burn out of its own accord.   A side note about not finishing your cigar. Some people like to take unsmoked portions of their cigars...
Word count: 1431
Written by: James Payne
#... and all of the air is sucked out, creating a vacuum. This vacuum is not strong enough to damage the cigars, but it is strong enough to shatter any beetle eggs.   You can tell if you have beetles i...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...e of that humid air escape.Cigars covered in a white mold are another sign that the environment in your humidor is too humid. If you check your humidor every few days you will spot the mould in its ea...
Word count: 1210
Written by: James Payne
#... love is in the air once more. And what better way to show the cigar fiend in your life the love than by purchasing them a gift that shows them you know that you are number 2 in their life – and are...
Word count: 1627
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...on a cushion of air, then it has a good seal. Plastic BagsWhile owning your very own humidor can be something of a status symbol ... or even a badge of office ... for cigar smokers it really isn't ...
Word count: 1396
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...r, was a failed airline that was the low cost operation of United Airlines. I didn't relate the fact to the cigar, nor consider the failure of the airline prescient, vis-à-vis the cigar. But, that's ...
Word count: 2939
Written by: James Payne
#...person, with an air of smugness, will take out a Bic he purchased at the local Chevron for pocket change, and light up. Tools of the Trade Maybe in the above scenario, the smoker may not have even n...
Word count: 1498
Written by: Paul
#...athe some fresh air. The Macanudo 1968 is going to go a long way in convincing those that don't believe they like full-bodied cigars, to rethink their opinions. Being a firm believer in trying the who...
Word count: 1694
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ars hung in the air.Strangers became friends as conversation topics drifted from the economy to the love of cigars.The occasion was a cigar tasting hosted by Old Havana Smoke Shop, which opened recent...
Word count: 1133
Written by: Daniel Lopez
#.... As I exit the airport, I am met by a crowd of people holding signs for friends and relatives. A sign marked "Daniel Lopez" is easily seen through the window of a sliding door held by Byron. Byron is...
Word count: 5488
Written by: James Payne
#...o is smooth and airy. It should feel like silk on the tongue. You can find it on Ashton, Avo Uvezian, Don Diego, and many others. If you are a fan of non-blended cigars (Cubans), then you will see the...
Word count: 2078
Written by: Ji Chul Kim
...Two past times I really enjoy are putting miles on my motorcycles and smoking cigars.  I find therapy in both events.  I'll tell you, when I first started enjoying both of these pasttimes th...
Word count: 430
Written by: James Payne
#...r has access to air. The easier the draw, the cooler the smoke. Again, I want to point to the old milkshake analogy: a thick cigar can be like sipping ice tea, while a cigar that is too thin (if cut i...
Word count: 1507

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