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Written by: James Payne
#...in it, making a little sand dune. Next, pour a tiny bit of water in, just a couple of drops, until the salt has the consistency of damp sand. If it looks like mud, you added far too much. Now place th...
29-04-2009
Word count: 1631
Written by: James Payne
#... for my buck, a little less magical (though not by much). Completely constructed from Dominican Republic tobacco, it features a dark brown wrapper, complimented with an oily sheen and a few veins smat...
27-04-2009
Word count: 1441
Written by: James Payne
#...ruly do come in little packages. We’ll be looking at the following cigars: the Diamond Crown Maduro, Hoyo Monterrey Excalibur Legend Challenger, Petrus Prestige Robusto, and the Don Lino 1989 Madur...
25-04-2009
Word count: 1426
Written by: James Payne
#... it might sit a little shakily in lesser jaws than my Churchill trained one. Something to consider when holding it as well.   The make-up of this cigar is from around the globe: Filler from Nicarag...
23-04-2009
Word count: 1346
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...s time to be a little adventurous see if we can’t find a decent cigar at price that really is affordable. Of course, if you’ve had a decent income level until recently you might have becom...
20-04-2009
Word count: 956
Written by: Frank T Flores III
#.... We get into a little of that towards the end of the interview.   He has passed along his love of cigars to his 17-year-old son who is now himself working in a cigar shop. Erik wants him to learn ...
17-04-2009
Word count: 3948
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... very mild with little flavor and smoked it after a moderate breakfast of Grits with cheddar cheese. (The Southerners in the audience will appreciate grits, and the rest of you may be scratching your ...
08-04-2009
Word count: 483
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...ose cooked up a little contest involving dancing the meringue with theses professional dancers. A number of the male guests were called to the stage – and you could not decline the invitation – to...
03-04-2009
Word count: 2917
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...o provide these little vignettes of tobacconist all of the country in future columns. If you get to any of them, let me know what you think.   I noted a comment on Puff, the other day, by “Paul,...
01-04-2009
Word count: 5664
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...nly give just a little when you squeeze it and if it feels too soft move on to another cigar.     You should check for lumps too. The surface of a good cigar should be smooth and even and the...
30-03-2009
Word count: 1347
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...n those bizarre little ‘chairs’, from professional masseurs.   A few minutes of that, and event the weariest of the attendees was ready to leap back into the fray.   From the simplest in-st...
27-03-2009
Word count: 3227
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ll have to be a little cautious about the money we spend because the job and income we have today may not be there next week.     Sooner or later that need for caution is even going to ...
25-03-2009
Word count: 1610
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...oo much nor too little drying time and it’s usually around during March that most of the leaf is taken out of the sheds and moved to enclosed sheds where it can be sorted and graded.   During t...
20-03-2009
Word count: 1449
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...st factories in Little Havana. Is that the case, Ernie? EPC: Yes, my father started El Credito in 1968, at 1106 S.W. 8th Street in Miami. It is one of the oldest cigar factories in the U.S. GJA: As...
18-03-2009
Word count: 2105
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...wn let's take a little look at the growing cycle of this wonderful plant.In the Caribbean that growing cycle starts in September ... that's right, it starts in what passes as Fall in the tropics and w...
16-03-2009
Word count: 1303
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...s? A Fragile Little ThingYou would think that a plant that will grow where more common food plants struggle would be quite tough and that could only be supported by the fact that in colder climates...
13-03-2009
Word count: 1084
Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...an hug thing. A little background on Kris Katchaturian or "Don Kristopher" as I would soon call him out of respect and friendship. An Armanian man of stout stature with a silver tongue he is a man tha...
10-03-2009
Word count: 5056
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...u have to pay a little more for experienced workers who are prepared to put their soul into growing tobacco that's worth turning into a cigar.You only have to compare the mental images of a burly Auss...
09-03-2009
Word count: 978
Written by: Paul
...ot on, if not a little conservative! This cigar is the first ever perfecto shape from Padron, created to commemorate the 80th birthday of the patriarch and founder in 1964 of Padron cigars, Jose Padr...
08-03-2009
Word count: 871
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... mine is.With a little help from my friends, Lon Schwartz, in whose extraordinary collection of 19th Century Cuban cigar box art I found the boxes with Masonic symbols, and Rich Perelman, of CigarCycl...
01-03-2009
Word count: 2270

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