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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...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... their hands is tobacco and the edible glue - that they use on the capa. So, no problem there. Kiki walked me over to one of the boxes on the shelves (a box in which the cigars were cellophaned), a...
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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 ...
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...
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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...
Word count: 1638
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...
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Written by: James Payne
#...ous awards. The tobacco used in the Tempus Centuria comes from the renowned Trojes farm, located on the border between Nicaragua and Honduras.   Encased in a Hondurian wrapper and Indonesian binder...
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Written by: James Payne
#... bugs? Answer: Tobacco beetles are small and elusive. Manufacturers and store owners do a lot to make sure that they do not infest their crops and stogies. In addition to walking the fields and hand ...
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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...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee there in the tobacco that has been used in the cigar making process and it's important to keep it there right up until the time you actually smoke the cigar. It can be some time between when t...
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Written by: Zack out the good tobacco and gives him shit that he couldnt pawn off on some other sucker.And because the owner of the cigar brand tells us its the best shit in the world doesnt mean it is, it just mak...
Word count: 375
Written by: Kevin Godbee
...rbid smoking in tobacconists and cigar lounges. If you can spare 60 seconds, you can help do something about it. There is an online petition you can sign for "The Tobacconist Prese...
Word count: 235
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...port your local tobacconist, you may be wondering what's in it for you if you can get lower prices online, especially in these days of tough economic times.If you are new to cigars, it is best to star...
Word count: 1311
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...about SCHIP and tobacco taxes. It has been discussed to death and I do not want to beat a dead horse. Instead of discussing the politics of it, I would like to raise the issue of logic ... or lack the...
Word count: 435
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...
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...
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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:...
Word count: 1371
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...
Word count: 1498
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...
Word count: 909
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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