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Written by: James Payne
#...ks that are too cold. The coldness deadens your taste buds and can ruin the experience. Think of going to a nice restaurant and having a six course meal; in-between the server brings out a small dish ...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... their original color and become a rich tan.   As in most things, timing is important in this process and it’s not left up to the farmer to be the sole judge of when the leaf in each shed has und...
Word count: 1449
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...hip with all my colleagues, I am eager to get back to doing my own thing. Particularly so, since my kids are now involved. GJA: How do you feel about, finally, severing your relationship with La Glo...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee are changing color where we live and trees and plants are preparing to go to sleep down there in prime tobacco country everything is getting ready to come to life. The first step in the growin...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...pest of cigars. Cold winters and lots of chemicals simply don't lead to the quality that cigar smokers expect but the warmth of the tropics certainly do produce the quality that we want.But before you...
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Written by: Daniel Lopez
#... sit down for a cold refreshment and one of the new cigars by the Fernandez Tabacalera. Like a proud father A.J. starts the tour of the factory with me and I quickly realize that this young man has ma...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ore Christopher Columbus discovered it in 1492 when he sailed the ocean blue. While he found it in what has since become the West Indies tobacco was grown much further north and south than Christopher...
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Written by: Paul
... aficionado’s collection. I suppose it's not a surprise that the vibrant music of the tropical island of Cuba matches well with a good cigar.  I'm sure there is great music coming out of the Domin...
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Written by: Megan Gordon
#... Aficionado’s Collection features handmade Swiss artesian chocolate accented by flavors and textures similar to those in a good cigar. The chocolate is Grand Cru, which simply means that all the bea...
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Written by: James Payne
#...even say black) color. Meaning ripe in Spanish, this cigar wrapper gets its dark color by tanning in the sun. Cooking and fermentation can also cause this color as well. And lastly, rumor has it that ...
Word count: 3063
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...e extraordinary collection of 19th Century Cuban cigar box art I found the boxes with Masonic symbols, and Rich Perelman, of CigarCyclopedia, who I spoke to after my February column was published, I g...
Word count: 2270
Written by: James Payne
#...Havana, Cohiba, Color, Color, Connecticut, Consistency, Corojos, Corona, Cuban Seeding, Cubatabaco, Culebra, Curing, and Cutters.   There’s still a lot more ground to cover, so let’s give it a ...
Word count: 1913
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ywhere. You can collect tractors, cars, buses, fire engines, old trucks, horse drawn vehicles, kiddy cars, trains and a whole lot more. And if you don't have room for the real things you can collect m...
Word count: 1068
Written by: James Payne
...tinctive, green colored cigar wrapper owes its bright green color to its heat-curing, which “fixes” the chlorophyll of the wrapper before it leaves the barn.   Canoeing: Caused by biting down t...
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Written by: Daniel Lopez
#... sit down for a cold refreshment and one of the new cigars by the Fernandez Tabacalera. Like a proud father AJ starts the tour of the factory with me and I quickly realize that this young man has mast...
Word count: 1638
Written by: James Payne
#...leaf, yellow in color and grown in the shade, used for wrapping. Amatista: A glass jar of either 25 or 50 cigars that is sealed tight and sold as being “factory fresh”. AMS (American Market Sele...
Word count: 1218
Written by: James Payne
#...the same blonde color, and the same veins. With filler and binder of the Dominican Republic varietal, it is very mild, with tastes hinting at nutty. Stronger taste buds might even pick up a little woo...
Word count: 1766
Written by: James Payne
#...or as part of a collection.   The only etiquette rule that I know of is the European one. In Europe, they prefer to smoke cigars without the label, so no one knows the value of the cigar (no hot-ro...
Word count: 1296
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... too hot or too cold either ... it really does have to be just right.If the humidity in your cigars' environment falls below 60% then it is too dry for your cigar and they will begin to dry out. If yo...
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Written by: James Payne
#...many styles and colors (my favorite is the Cognac crocodile), and even a single flame variety if you like.   This lighter makes a great edition to any smokers collection, and what’s more, Atoll a...
Word count: 1627

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