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Written by: Frank Herrera
#...number of other countries are finally getting their day in the sun.  Nicaragua, Honduras, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, and even Brazil are producing some of the best smokes available today. Any...
10-04-2009
Word count: 1537
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...ccos from other countries. Surely, this is knowledge not required or desired by the smoker of White Owl or Hava-Tampa, but for the aficionados and connoisseurs who attended Pro Cigar Festival 09, it ...
03-04-2009
Word count: 2917
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...all those other countries may grow tobacco the quality is just not there for even the cheapest of cigars. Cold winters and lots of chemicals simply don't lead to the quality that cigar smokers expect ...
13-03-2009
Word count: 1084
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...e grown in many countries across the world. It's not just limited to the warmer climates found along the equator. That's something that was known to the early Europeans and it wasn't long after the re...
09-03-2009
Word count: 978
Written by: James Payne
#...f Cuban Seed in countries like the Honduras, Nicaragua, and Dominican Republic.   Habano: If you see this on a cigar band, it means that it is a Cuban cigar, though in truth, not every Cuban cigar ...
28-02-2009
Word count: 1913
Written by: James Payne
#... from different countries to achieve a desired flavor and strength. Cuba is the only country that does not blend from other countries, but instead uses regions within its own country to achieve the sa...
22-02-2009
Word count: 1218
Written by: James Payne
#...om a variety of countries – and even regions within countries. They use tobacco with different aging and curing processes, and somehow blend them all together to make something magical.  Something...
04-02-2009
Word count: 1184
Written by: James Payne
#...comes from many countries, and many different processes. There are two types of filler. These are: long and short. Both are a clue as to how the cigar was made. Short filler means the cigar contains ...
02-02-2009
Word count: 1371
Written by: James Payne
#... many different countries and regions, as well as different years (think of aged wine or cheese). Don't be fooled mind you – these blended cigars are not just thrown together higgledy-piggledy. A gr...
28-01-2009
Word count: 1520
Written by: Daniel Lopez
...tobacco growing countries to shoot video of various factories and farms. I look forward to continuing to bring my fellow members of Puff.com the highlights of more factories in the future.  I would ...
18-01-2009
Word count: 190
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...a through other countries, illegally, and spend US dollars there. Cuba is still not allowed to send goods to the United States. Of course that means that Cuban cigars are all but impo...
29-12-2008
Word count: 3121
Written by: Staff
#...at span several countries. Company president Charlie Toraño states, "Recognizing the importance of our Cuban origins and our family's decades of accomplishments, we are transitioning our mar...
05-12-2008
Word count: 573
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...he US and other countries. Brazil is a future market for our wines and now, we are very happy to be in the cigar business ... GJA: Have you always been a cigar smoker? ORSI: My first cigar was...
05-12-2008
Word count: 1835
Written by: Puff Staff
...at span several countries. Company president Charlie Toraño states, “Recognizing the importance of our Cuban origins and our family’s decades of accomplishments, we are transitioning our marketi...
30-11-2008
Word count: 541
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...bacco from five countries: Nicaragua, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic."Toraño expressed his opinion that the Cuban Embargo would soon end and Cuban cigars would start enterin...
20-11-2008
Word count: 2856
Written by: Staff
#...tes from nine countries. Considered one of the best businesses of its kind, Casa del Habano de Partagas hosts yearly meetings with regular costumers and fonds of cigars from all over the worl...
03-11-2008
Word count: 325
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... I said in both countries, and the cigars ... my cigar business after a couple of years of struggling started coming into its own mainly, because supply and demand was back. At that period, I belie...
23-10-2008
Word count: 7722
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...cigar producing countries, the places that come to mind are usually; Cuba (illegal in the US), the Dominican Republic, Honduras and Nicaragua. Now new brands entering the market are expanding the ...
06-08-2008
Word count: 996
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ed to the other countries when Castro took over 49 years ago. A similar situation occurred with Matusalem Rum. Matusalem and Company was founded in 1872 in Santiago de Cuba. After Castro took over,...
29-07-2008
Word count: 1211
Written by: Staff
#...ublic. "In countries with a long history of cigar manufacturing, cigar-making expertise is typically handed down from one generation to the next. Children sit by their parents and learn the ...
27-07-2008
Word count: 1917

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