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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...
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Written by: James Payne
#...t. This way the tobacco will light from the nearby heat, but not absorb the chemicals. Lighters that use fluid are tempting. They come in so many varieties, and nothing looks quite as cool as flippin...
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Written by: James Payne
#... this: grind up tobacco leaves, wrap them in a wrapper, profit. In reality however, the process is so far more challenging. I liken it to making a gourmet dish. You must find the right herbs and spice...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ards Pipe & Tobacco and then on to St. Petersburg. Over there we had dinner at sidewalk tables at Jo Jo's Italian Restaurant which was excellent. Of course, some of us smoked cigars there as well....
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Written by: James Payne
#...ars, using fine tobacco leaf and can not only be pleasing, but a nice break from the same old routine. They are also a good way to get a new smoker to light up. After all, part of smoking is the camar...
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Written by: Frank Flores of different tobacco was to take wrappers off one cigar and put on another and then smoke. Most will agree the main flavor of a cigar comes from the wrapper. After meeting Sam and talking to him ab...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...oprietor of two tobacco shops; both named A Little Taste of Cuba. One, the original shop, is in Princeton, NJ (70 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ - 609.683.8988 - The other shop,...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...stings and pipe tobacco workshops.The shop carries "boutique cigars," such as Tatuaje, Padilla Habano, Ashton ESG, J. Fuego, Cabaiguan and Trinidad. "Boutique cigars" are made by small companies, or t...
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Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...rtega of United Tobacco, who is one of the creators of 601 brand of cigars, plans were made to visit Nicaragua to get a glimpse of a new project being worked on by United Tobacco. The 601 cigar brand ...
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Written by: James Payne comes with a tobacco cap, typically cut from the same leaves that were used to wrap the cigar. You can either choose to cut this cap, or puncture it. But choose wisely – the way you prepare your ...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...old line London tobacconist has long had a shop on St. James's Street. Now, Lewis had some very comfortable, over stuffed, leather chairs scattered about - if not liberally scattered about; adequa...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...offee, rum, and tobacco products. But with time and a little luck that will soon change, and the name Nicaragua will conjure, among other happier aspects of this remarkable country, its award-winn...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... Cuban tobacco will also most likely be purchased by the American-based cigar manufacturers, using up limited supplies even faster. Several Miami-based cigar manufacturers have to...
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Written by: Staff
#...rd's Pipe & Tobacco Don't be surprised to see people waiting outside the door when Edward's opens at 8 a.m. This cigar shop has a loyal following that comes for the cigars, camaraderie and ...
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Written by: Staff
#...only one, where tobacco-loving barflies can smoke a cigarette or stogie with their rum, beer or mojito. Dallas' newly expanded smoking ordinance, which city officials will begin enforcing April...
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Written by: Staff
#...ferent kinds of tobaccos and the skill it takes to make a tightly-rolled, long-lasting cigar. Using seasoned tobacco grown in the Dominican Republic and Connecticut, she sells online and more comm...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee the sales of tobacco in pharmacies and on college campuses. The Boston Public Health Commission, however, decided to give the bars 10 years before they would have to close, doubling the origin...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...he neighborhood tobacconist. Some of them have garnered good ratings and are, indeed, worth smoking. My constant suggestion when it comes to new or little known cigars is: Try them. You never kn...
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Written by: Staff
#... generations of tobacconists, family-owned Iwan Ries has been selling both luxury and mass brands of tobacco products for 152 years and it intends to continue its legacy through the recession. ...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... and also cigar tobacco. He remembers being back in ’64, when you know the cigar consumption was completely different. It was a total different marketplace. Many people were looking for mild cigars ...
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