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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...around you then light up wherever you are and whenever you feel like it. But please understand that the same time as you might be having fun and enjoying your cigar you’re actually giving the rest o...
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Written by: James Payne
#...o relax than to light one up?  The First Smoker No one knows whether or not George Washington, or first president, smoked cigars or not. He did have a tobacco farm for income, so it is hard t...
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Written by: James Payne
...n sandpaper and lightly sand a layer off of your cedar (or even the block that you placed in there). This should reawaken the flavoring for you.   Summary   We covered some decent ground in this...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...I kept the $200 lighter that my best friend gave me as a gift. Well, you guessed it - there was no lighter, but in its place, a note from my buddies at the TSA who told me they took my lighter and I w...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... of chances for lighting up inside, but having a nice cigar on New Year’s Eve is definitely special. The old year is kind of whisked away by the smoke that fades into the sky above. And since it’s...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ll go with the lighter smoke and a nice cold brew. If I’m barbequing, I’ll pick out a short robusto, swill my beer, and char the carcass flesh ‘til it’s time to chow down. But if it’s later...
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Written by: Paul Shoberg
...een this before lighting the cigars up, I may never have put flame to cigar.  Since I did smoke them again, I might as well sure my thoughts.  I may never crack open that second box after seeing tha...
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Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...ically, and the light pepperey tones that enter the cigar as it winds down are something that you will definitely notice. Net and There is a certain “finesse” with this cigar that is hard to desc...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...field fence and light up after the third inning, no matter where they play. He claims that once they started the ritual, the team went on a tear, winning the rest of their games, including a sweep of ...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...or, displays of lighters, cases, humidors, cutters and various other accessories – plus, the finest selection of pipes I have seen anywhere in decades; Ambassador Fine Cigars reminded me of London. ...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee well. Before lighting it smells and tastes pleasant … better than it looks.   Burn: I couldn’t find either of my 2 torch lighters (damnit), so I lit up with a Bic on the balcony overlooking ...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...lso like a good light shade wrapper cigar, preferably earlier in the day of before a good meal. I’ve always enjoyed the flavor and aroma of a nice Dunhill, Don Diego, Montecristo, Ashton, or Avo. Ok...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...omething on the lighter side to start to kind of warm up my palate for the festivities and gastronomic pleasures to come. (Uh, that’s “food” for the socially challenged.) I’ll go for a Connect...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... I’ll usually light up one on each nine, and one after the round while annihilating my brain cells with liquid refreshments. I personally like a big-ass smoke, so it lasts a good six or seven holes ...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...rm evening. You light the torches, pour your favorite drink, sit with a few good friends and light up a heartier smoke that will stand up to the meal you just ingested. A sweet and full flavored madur...
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Written by: James Payne
...ongue. When you light up, you can expect to find an interesting bled of flavors: clove, chocolate, white pepper (the Fuente signature). An amazing draw from an amazing full-bodied cigar.   My only ...
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Written by: James Payne
#...ou feel sick or light-headed after smoking, or can’t figure out why your glucose meter insists your sugars are higher than your eating habits suggest they should be, you need look no further.   B...
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Written by: James Payne
#...oke a cigar and light headed. Why is that?   Answer: There can be a couple reasons for this. First, you can have yourself a bad cigar, whose tobacco was picked too young, or that wasn’t aged prop...
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Written by: James Payne
#...ouquet when you light this one up. Flavors such as licorice, leather, black coffee, and wood roll around your mouth with each puff, topped off by a familiar spiciness that isn’t quite pepper. If you...
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Written by: James Payne
#... When you first light up, expect a tight, firm draw, which should even out as the cigar burns. Aside from the bumpy first few minutes, this cigar was overall very pleasing and a nice conversation piec...
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