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#... of Cuban-grown leaves made their way into the brand's cigars. The Cohiba Black is one of the younger lines from the industry icon, with its release occurring in 2006. Master Blender Daniel Nunez i...
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Written by: James Payne
#...for the tobacco leaves (we’ll cover its use in a bit). · Chaveta - a chaveta is a small, semi-circular knife. Torcedores – or rollers – use them for cutting tobacco. You will be using yours fo...
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Written by: wubayou
#...hanging tobacco leaves. On the sides of the band the words “Importado” and “Hecho a Mano” are printed, which translate to “Imported” and “Handmade” in English. A pre-light whiff of the...
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Written by: James Payne
#...for the tobacco leaves (we’ll cover its use in a bit). ·         Chaveta - a chaveta is a small, semi-circular knife. Torcedores – or rollers – use them for cutting tobacco. You will b...
Word count: 1703
Written by: James Payne
#...lves firing the leaves above a bed of herbs and aromatic wood, which in turn adds flavor to the leaves.   Perique   This tobacco is grown here in the United States, just like Virginia. Specifica...
Word count: 1564
Written by: Puff Staff
#...ominican Piloto leaves.  The Indonesian leaf binder remains the same as well.  What makes the Nepalese Warrior different from the traditional Class Regent is its dark and leathery Cameroon wrapper. ...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#... and the Ligero leaves used in its construction are among the strongest leaves of the tobacco plant. The Double Ligero Lancero Cameroon has a nice, long profile and measures 7.5x39.  It has a fille...
Word count: 1774
Written by: Puff Staff
#...bination of two leaves: the Connecticut Shade and the Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro.  The Potomac is finished off by a Brazilian binder. In terms of appearance, the CAO America Potomac is one of the ...
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Written by: James Payne take tobacco leaves and give them a grade, based on three factors: size, color, and quality. Without this vital step, you can imagine the quality of your cigars. Here is when leaves get separated b...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...d only the best leaves from each harvest for the wrapper. As far as looks go, the Alec Bradley Tempus Terra Novo gets an A plus. The highlight of its appearance are the two decorative bands that ar...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee pure tobacco leaves. While different leaves may be used for each part of the cigar, you are getting genuine tobacco in your cigar. That may sound a little strange until I tell you that the filler i...
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Written by: Paul Shoberg
#... in there! That leaves us 76 pages reserved for cigars…right? Not so fast, as there are 52 pages of non-cigar content. Don’t get me wrong, this can be some good stuff…this must be where they bu...
Word count: 1141
Written by: Puff Staff
...h is a blend of leaves from valleys of Condega, Esteli, and Jalapa.  The Perdomo Patriarch Corojo Torpedo measures 6.5 x 54.  It has a rather simple appearance, especially when you consider that i...
Word count: 1936
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... flavoring, the leaves Chiusano uses are placed on racks and the flavoring is released into the air during humidification. The end result is a tobacco rich in flavor that won’t stain the wrapper. ...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...tirely from the leaves of one tobacco plant. Even though the various layers of a cigar use different leaves, each of these leaves can be found at the same time on a tobacco plant - where they’re fou...
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Written by: James Payne on the upper leaves of the tobacco plant. Simply cut the terminal bud with some sheers or use your hand. You will also want to remove suckers from your leaves shortly after this (when they are abo...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...ominican ligero leaves with an Ecuador sun grown binder and an Ecuador wrapper, and a Nicaraguan grown Cuban seed Corojo. By way of explanation about the “Zoravar” under label, Vartan Zoravar was...
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Written by: Paul Shoberg  Glenroths leaves it up to you to determine the true aspects of the whiskey. If you are cigar collector, and if you’re reading this there’s a good chance you are, collecting the different vi...
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Written by: James Payne
#...picking tobacco leaves, and hell, maybe a few of them are attractive. But working long hours in the sun, day after day…I wouldn’t bet money on it.   But the most important thing is this: it is ...
Word count: 1749
Written by: James Payne
#...ds are types of leaves from a tobacco plant (not matter which plant). Ligero refers to the top portion of the plant, while seco comes from the middle of the plant. Finally, the volado come from the bo...
Word count: 1631

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