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Written by: Puff Staff
#... Despite its small stature, the Punch Champion has quite a bit of flavor. Some notes of spicy pepper are noticed first, and they are followed by earth and leather. Woody notes are also detected, ...
10-01-2011
Word count: 1532
Written by: Puff Staff
#...surface. A few small veins are noticeable, and it appears to be smooth overall. It feels firm to the touch with no soft spots. A decorative band sits near the head. The band has the Gurkha logo an...
15-11-2010
Word count: 1530
Written by: Puff Staff
#...ely 4 x 8. The small size makes the Club ideal for when you don't have a lot of time to smoke, but you still want to enjoy quality cigar ingredients. Club cigarillos are not new on the market, as t...
09-07-2010
Word count: 1537
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...get from such a small cigar. Okay, so on to the flavor. This is not a robust cigar by any means. It claims to be, but by today’s standards it is far from it. That does not mean it is bad though...
07-08-2009
Word count: 1067
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...exactly fit the small robusto mold at 4 7/8 inches by 50 ring gauge.  In fact you may like to point out to me that this is even bigger than most standard 5 inch long Robustos.  Well, you’re right,...
03-08-2009
Word count: 1118
Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...igars is a hair smaller, and eight touch thinner than the Montecristo Petite Edmundo that we talked about earlier. Two things to consider right away, the construction and flavor profile of the cigar ...
29-07-2009
Word count: 1047
Written by: Paul Shoberg
...rprise that the smaller ring gauge versions of the cigar packed a bit more punch in their limited size.  Although the ample length of all three of these cigars (8 ¾ x 50, 7 ¼ x 48, 6 1/8 x 43) allo...
29-06-2009
Word count: 1066
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
...the shop is too small to accommodate a lounge area, it is welcoming and accommodating and very friendly. When you stop in, ask for Steve and tell him I sent you. He won’t ask you to leave.    M...
29-05-2009
Word count: 4727
Written by: James Payne
... Likewise, on a smaller man, it can look a little comical. Style aside though, it smokes pretty well with a better draw than I thought it might have when I first saw it. On the taste side of things, ...
07-05-2009
Word count: 1228
Written by: James Payne
#... Year Salute is smaller in stature than its cousin the Sorcerer, and for my buck, a little less magical (though not by much). Completely constructed from Dominican Republic tobacco, it features a dark...
27-04-2009
Word count: 1441
Written by: Frank T Flores III
#...better smoke, a smaller ring gauge, a shorter smoke, and then you’re on to the next.   Frank: What qualities do you look for in a cigar?   Erik: To me it’s taste. I look at construction, and...
17-04-2009
Word count: 3948
Written by: James Payne
#...s not a somehow smaller cigarillo; simply another name for a cigarillo.   Mold: In cigar lingo, mold can have two meanings. The first is fungal, as in the dreaded blue mold. The second is less sini...
03-03-2009
Word count: 3063
Written by: James Payne
#...s, resulting in smaller leaves. To ensure the plant grows bigger, lusher leaves, farmers nip these upper buds in a process known as debudding, causing the plant to focus its energies on the leaves ins...
28-02-2009
Word count: 1913
Written by: James Payne
...ther word for a small cigar. Historically, cheroots were smoked using a cigar holder.   Churchill: Named after the man of the same name, the Churchill is a large Corona cigar roughly 7 inches long ...
25-02-2009
Word count: 1683
Written by: James Payne
#...ver his eyes, a small, mean looking cheroot hanging limply from his lip. The cheroot wasn’t pretty, but then, in the old west, not much was. Rising from the ashes of the old west, today the Cigarill...
26-01-2009
Word count: 1437
Written by: Paul
#...t in the larger ring gauge cigars of this line. So if this is something that overly concerns you stick to the larger smokes in the Macanudo 1968 line. While the Macanudo 1968 has not hit all of the r...
25-01-2009
Word count: 1694
Written by: James Payne
#...ather all those small details so that, when combined, they make for that perfect, intoxicating puff.   What you want to look for is a smooth, oily wrapper. It should have no splotches and certainly...
16-01-2009
Word count: 2078
Written by: James Payne
#...o large nor too small. It is the most common type of cigar on the market. You can depend on a classic Corona to last your around forty-five minutes.       The Double Corona Larger than its...
16-01-2009
Word count: 1513
Written by: James Payne
#...te woman with a smaller mouth. Imagine holding a thick tree limb in your mouth for five minutes; after a while your jaw may begin to ache. There are, as you will soon see, innovations that make comfo...
16-01-2009
Word count: 1507
Written by: James Payne
#...hat it leaves a small hole (as wide as the screw, and going in about half an inch), which can oftentimes make for a difficult draw. Envision the whole thick, delicious milkshake and your Herculean eff...
14-01-2009
Word count: 1314

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