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Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...ion footage and light up some cigars right before a crowd of women walk in and sit at the table next to us. Now please remember that we are in the heart of tobacco country and in a place within that c...
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Written by: Paul
...t left me a bit light headed.  Well, add one more to the list.  As I finished this cigar I quickly recognized the error of my ways and started ordering some food.  While this helped it left me with...
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Written by: Paul
... decent looking light skinned cigar, this Churchill seemed easy on the eyes. Frankly it reminded me of the old Romeo y Julieta Vintage series in appearance. Maybe that's because both cigars had Mexica...
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Written by: Megan Gordon
#...The flavors are light and bright. The Rings—Leather, Musk & Wood The Rings are disks of pure white, milk and dark chocolate with nothing added. Each disk features chocolate from a different region...
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Written by: James Payne
#... of a candle or lighter fluid to your cigar, one method is to create a spill. A spill is a piece of cedar (usually from a cigar box that has been broken), which is then lit from the candle or lighter,...
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Written by: James Payne
#...pper (ie; not a lighter or darker shade).   Entubar: Another method of rolling cigars. Begun in Cuba, this method calls for the roller to roll the individual leaf back upon itself, bunching them al...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...utters, antique lighters, cigar holders and of course the cigar store Indian. That well-known adornment was a very collectible item way before any of the other cigar-smoking paraphernalia became popul...
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Written by: James Payne
...m pale green to light brown, grown in the shade.   Clear Havana: This cigar was manufactured in the United State prior to the days of the Cuban embargo.   Cohiba: A native variant of the word to...
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Written by: James Payne
#...nd does well in light moisture.    Boite Nature: A plain looking cigar box used to sell cigars, such as the Excalibur. Made of a cedar wood. Boite Nature, for those of you who are curious, if ...
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Written by: James Payne
#... in a blonde to light tan Connecticut wrapper, it is a light-bodied smoke, smooth in the mouth. Not a personal favorite of mine, but worth a look. Would make a good introductory cigar for a newbie who...
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Written by: James Payne
#... – How do you light your cigar?   It is deceptively complicated and yet oddly simple. The objective is to light your cigar so that the end is lit as evenly as possible. Getting into which tools t...
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Written by: James Payne
#... Atoll Robusto Lighter   Specifically created to light cigars, the Atoll Robusto lighter is a study in beauty and function. Handmade and sporting a beautifully textured Italian leather wrapping, t...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... when he or she lights up.One of the ways cigars are kept humidified during shipping is to ship them so they are literally wet. You could almost squeeze water out of them. Obviously, a cigar this wet ...
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Written by: Frank Flores
...ead outside and light this baby up. Right away I am hit with a flavor of toast and almonds. A combo I don't think I have ever tasted in a cigar before but I sure was liking it. As I smoked this cigar ...
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Written by: James Payne
#...ked at cutters, lighters, tobacco, wrappers, and even shapes and sizes. In this article, we will look at a very important factor when it comes to cigars…the filler. We will take a gander at the diff...
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Written by: James Payne to properly light your cigar, hold it, and take that first, satisfying puff.   Cigar Anatomy 101 Cigars are deceptively complex creatures. Most beginners don’t give much thought to the ...
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Written by: James Payne to properly light your cigar and what tools to use, is a key ingredient to your overall experience. It can determine not only the flavors you taste (or do not taste as you soon will learn), but al...
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Written by: James Payne
#..., tobacco, cut, lighter, and so forth, depends upon your own personal taste. You will not know until you try them. And not just once, but multiple times....
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Written by: Paul
...could shed some light on the challenged palate that I am trying to come to grips with. As I was combing through an old issue, December of 2006 to be exact, I found some interesting information.  For...
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Written by: Paul
#... on fire. Upon lighting the cigar has a very distinct Cuban flavor, a nice little smack that if continued through the whole cigar would make for a very enjoyable smoke.  The cigar quickly mellows th...
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