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Novice Search Results

Your search for Novice located the below Novice Search Results. The Novice Search Results are returned from stories published by Puff.com. Puff publishes stories covering Novice news, Cigar Reviews, Cigar News, Cigar Forums, Cigar Videos, Cigar Interviews and more!

Written by: Puff Staff
#...it would bowl a novice over. A single can be had for about $11, and there are also boxes for sale that come packed with 25 cigars. That price tag is by no means cheap, but you are getting a good cig...
27-10-2010
Word count: 1463
Written by: Puff Staff
#...igar fans, from novice to aficionado. Some of the sizes within the line come in packs of 10, while all sizes will be made available in bundles of 20. Depending on the size, expect to pay anywhere fr...
23-08-2010
Word count: 1605
Written by: Puff Staff
#...verwhelming for novices. The Sopranos Edition is named after the popular television series about the mafia and was created per the show's request. Like the show's characters, the Sopranos Edition c...
02-04-2010
Word count: 1849
Written by: Puff Staff
#...l-bodied fans. Novices or those who enjoy milder selections should abstain from the Black Corona, as it could be too strong. As for the price, a single goes for around $10. While this may be a bit ...
24-02-2010
Word count: 1479
Written by: James Payne
#...nd good for the novice smoker. Cube – A method of cutting tobacco. In the process, tobacco is cut into small squares. Curing – A process whereby tobacco is dried. Dottle – This is the name of...
22-01-2010
Word count: 1057
Written by: Puff Staff
#... bit much for a novice. Otherwise go for it, as you will likely not regret trying out this stogie. For its flavor and excellent quality, the Alec Bradley Tempus Terra Novo gains a four star rating. ...
04-11-2009
Word count: 1835
Written by: Puff Staff
#...t would knock a novice out, yet strong enough for an experienced smoker, and is good for a wide variety of occasions.  You can get a single for about $6, but they are also sold in boxes of 20.  If y...
02-11-2009
Word count: 1839
Written by: Puff Staff
#...smokers and not novices.  If you are a fan of Pepin cigars, you will definitely want to give it a shot.  For its good flavor but uneven burn, the Don Pepin Garcia Blue Label Fundadores gets a rating...
07-10-2009
Word count: 1710
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...gar smokers and novice cigar smokers alike. It’s nice to know there are extremely cost effective cigars that can produce on all fronts, looks, taste, presentation, construction and relative availabi...
10-07-2009
Word count: 965
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...or beginners or novices, but that’s not true at all. First off, a lot of older guys have always liked a milder cigar, in fact some still like the green Candella wrappers from days gone by. A lot of ...
05-06-2009
Word count: 1338
Written by: James Payne
#...ers When the novice thinks of a cigar wrapper (if they even do), they instinctively think of the Claro wrapper, and with good reason. Claro is the most common, and in fact, is often referred to as ...
16-01-2009
Word count: 2078
Written by: James Payne
#...guillotine. The novice smoker will cut off up to an inch. More seasoned smokers will do roughly an eighth of an inch. Using this method, you remove most if not all of the flag (the cap) of tobacco. Th...
14-01-2009
Word count: 1399
Written by: Puff Staff
#...ery smoker from novices to the most discriminating of aficionados. You’ll be shocked that cigars of this caliber bring such a modest price tag. Click Here to Shop & Buy...
17-11-2008
Word count: 126
Written by: Staff
.... To a cigar novice, the wide selection at Titan is intimidating. No matter, Titan Cigar has you covered, as customers can quickly expand their cigar education at Titan. Founder Dave William...
24-04-2008
Word count: 757
Written by: timlw
#...s cigar to both novice and aficionado alike as a good example of quality vintage tobaccos.  I look forward to see what this company produces in the years to come. ...
05-02-2006
Word count: 351
Written by: Puff Staff
#...reciated by the novice and experienced cigar smoker alike. For those of you that stayed away from the Graycliff line due to the spiciness of their cigars, this is a must try.  Actually, th...
29-09-2005
Word count: 666
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...lly not for the novice. His blends are rather complex, like a great Cabernet or Petit Shirah, he reaches for a combination of balance and complexity. Unlike the philosophy of the puros being the bes...
22-09-2005
Word count: 887
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... of heart, or a novice smoker. CAO Brazilia cigars were introduced in 2001. This line boasts a full bodied, powerful blend of tobaccos. CAO Brazilia cigars offer spice and complexity that nobody ha...
21-05-2005
Word count: 462
Written by: Puff Staff
...rtly noted that novice smokers interested in seeing the ash colors of a classic Cuban would benefit from smoking and experiencing the Rectangulares. It burns evenly as well, not micrometer perfect, bu...
15-03-2002
Word count: 401

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