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Tobacco leaf Search Results

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

Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...u’ve read the tobacco series that takes you from seed right to finished cigar, you will have seen that some passing reference was made to various pests and diseases that can attack the tobacco plant...
15-05-2009
Word count: 1432
Written by: James Payne
#...e field picking tobacco leaves, and hell, maybe a few of them are attractive. But working long hours in the sun, day after day…I wouldn’t bet money on it.   But the most important thing is this...
04-05-2009
Word count: 1749
Written by: James Payne
#...ad cigar, whose tobacco was picked too young, or that wasn’t aged properly. Normally this type of cigar will have a greenish hue to it. Another reason could be that you are diabetic or are pre-diab...
29-04-2009
Word count: 1631
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ne made and the tobacco you’re smoking could have come from China, India or even some areas of Africa. While some of those might be nice blends and be quite enjoyable I think I’d at least like to ...
20-04-2009
Word count: 956
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...de from premium tobacco, that serve as a standard against which all other cigars are measured. The filler … the tobacco that goes inside the wrapper … is almost always a blend of tobacco but what...
15-04-2009
Word count: 1187
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...rvesting of the tobacco to what comes next in the chain that stretches all the way from the humble tobacco seed to the not so humble quality cigar that’s nestled with its brothers in a box just wait...
20-03-2009
Word count: 1449
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... history of the tobacco plant and where it's grown 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 st...
16-03-2009
Word count: 1303
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...facturers blend tobacco from several different areas and they are very careful not to reveal the exact blends that are used in their cigars. However there is no doubt that the best tobacco leaf ... th...
13-03-2009
Word count: 1084
Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...he Wikapedia of tobacco today. At close to 6'-3" Alex is a big boy which makes him stand out in Central America but by no means looks like an easy target. If you are walking the streets of Nicaragua a...
10-03-2009
Word count: 5056
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...y already know, tobacco had been around for a very long time before Christopher Columbus discovered it in 1492 when he sailed the ocean blue. While he found it in what has since become the West Indies...
09-03-2009
Word count: 978
Written by: Megan Gordon
#...arthy tastes of tobacco.” The Aficionado’s Collection features handmade Swiss artesian chocolate accented by flavors and textures similar to those in a good cigar. The chocolate is Grand Cru, whi...
04-03-2009
Word count: 1502
Written by: James Payne
#...own for growing tobacco in Cuba.   Perfecto: Known for its bulging middle, this cigar is closed at both ends and features a round head.   Piloto Cubano: Grown in the Dominican Republic, this tob...
03-03-2009
Word count: 3063
Written by: James Payne
#...   Debudding: Tobacco plants, if left to their own devices, will expend their energy towards their flower buds, resulting in smaller leaves. To ensure the plant grows bigger, lusher leaves, farmers ...
28-02-2009
Word count: 1913
Written by: James Payne
...  Cameroon: A tobacco lead used as a wrapper named for the region in which it is grown (Cameroon, West Africa). Similar to native Cuban tobacco, the Cameroon is spicy with a sweet smell. You can fin...
25-02-2009
Word count: 1683
Written by: James Payne
#...r. Amarillo: A tobacco leaf, yellow in color and grown in the shade, used for wrapping. Amatista: A glass jar of either 25 or 50 cigars that is sealed tight and sold as being “factory fresh”. A...
22-02-2009
Word count: 1218
Written by: James Payne
#...ut to the local tobacconist and nab a box or two of cigars and give them to your significant other. They will certainly appreciate it. However, if you really want to showcase your feelings, why not pu...
10-02-2009
Word count: 1627
Written by: James Payne
#...ters, 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 different regi...
04-02-2009
Word count: 1184
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...jandro Alcorta, Tobacconist extraordinaire, Alex Llaneza, Al Alfonso, Kiki Rodriguez, Jose Trujillo, Carlitos Garcia and Israel Delgado.We smoke great cigars and eat amazing chocolates; and neither ov...
02-02-2009
Word count: 2939
Written by: James Payne
#...pper. This is a tobacco leaf that is typically oily, shiny, and smooth. Some wrappers can also have lines in them, and even bumps, and come in over 50 colors (again, this is all covered in our series:...
02-02-2009
Word count: 1371
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...hough the first tobacco farms appeared around 1612 the tobacco produced by them was mostly for pipe smokers. Ironically the first cigars that seem to have found their way to America came via a Revolut...
30-01-2009
Word count: 909

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