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Written by: Puff Staff
#...ting their feet wet in the hobby. The high price of the Partagas 160 Robusto Minor knocks its otherwise great rating down a notch to three out of four stars. I hope these two reviews were enjoyable...
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Written by: Puff Staff get his feet wet in this new game. The Dominican Legends Torpedo measures 6x54. It has a filler blend of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. The binder is also from the Dominican...
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Written by: James Payne
#..., EVER Get Them Wet. But you would be surprised with the sheer volume of people that believe cigar smoker’s inhale their smoke. I did before I started smoking, and I would wager many of you did too....
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...e climate is so wet let me tell you that the best tobacco grows in slightly drier and even sandy soils, on the sides of hills and drier seasons in those areas produce even better tobacco than seasons ...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee can't be too wet. The environment certainly can't be too hot or too cold either ... it really does have to be just right.If the humidity in your cigars' environment falls below 60% then it is too d...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...y are literally wet. You could almost squeeze water out of them. Obviously, a cigar this wet cannot be smoked. Some people refer to these as "fresh" cigars. This type of fresh cigar is for the surviva...
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Written by: Frank Flores (not soaking wet) and slowly unwrap it from the cigar. Side aside.Repeat these steps for the other cigar. Make sure you know which wrapper goes on which cigar, I know that sounds funny but with the...
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Written by: James Payne
#...r your smoke is wet and falls to pieces, or if you wind up with a smooth, inviting burn. The objective to keep in mind is that you want the cut to open up the tip of the cigar just enough for a thick...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...eaves are first wetted with glue and then wrapped tightly around the bunched leaves after they have been pressurized. The tools of the rolling trade have not changed much over the ce...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...taste like dark wet loam smells, a dark damp forest-smell taste. Flinty - a slightly metallic and stony taste, I don't typically use it. Floral - a light sweet floral note like spring flowers. Gras...
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Written by: Staff got a little wet and I contribute that to the maduro wrapper and it being a bit moist as I should probably have put it in the dry box another day. Overall...
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Written by: Staff
#...ttle bitter and wet. Overall Experience and Rating: I enjoyed this cigar considering the consistent flavor as the burn progressed and how it filled the mouth ...
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Written by: Staff of a wet fall day. Kind of like damp leaves. (go figure) The pre-light draw was fairly easy and had a bit of a spicy kick. Burn: Fairly brittle bla...
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Written by: Staff
... by smells from wet dogs and cheap perfume," said the owner of Palm Desert Tobacco and member of the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Association. "Maybe they should be b...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...els were still wet and would keep the tobacco moist. They couldn’t use water. Water was a commodity in short supply. That’s why most people drank alcohol on the ships. By the time the tobacco s...
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Written by: Staff
#...ars off dirt, wet grass and the chemical-laden golf course turf. Said co-creator John Nicastro, "Too many times I've paid over $10 for a quality cigar only to have it sitting on the moist ...
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Written by: Craig Sholley
#...taste like dark wet loam smells, a dark damp forest-smell taste. Flinty – a slightly metallic and stony taste, I don’t typically use it. Floral – a light sweet floral note like spring flow...
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Written by: Rick McLaughlin
#... lime wedge and wet the rim of a glass, roll that rim in coarse salt, and fill with the mixture from the shaker. Pretty simple, huh?   All right, break is up, time to face the heat. Ste...
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Written by: Rick McLaughlin
#...brane should be wet and shiny. Same goes here as it does for the fat, if it ain't pretty, move along. ...
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Written by: Chef Phil
#...ep one hand for wet and one for dry while breading. This makes an easier clean up. Remember the chicken is wet. b) Disposable gloves are also useful. c) At this point you can store in a ziploc,...
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