MEMBER CIGAR REVIEWS | STAFF CIGAR REVIEWS | CIGAR VIDEOS | ONE ON ONE INTERVIEWS | CIGAR NEWS | CIGAR FORUMS | PIPES | LIFESTYLE | CONTACT
 

Search

Match whole words only
Sections
Categories
with all of the words
with the exact phrase
with at least one of the words
without the words
Title
Author
Days  Today
 Past 7 days
 Past 30 days
 Past 90 days
 Past year
 Full archive
Date range From
to

Work of art Search Results

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

Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...s.   The work entailed in bringing this extraordinary event to south Florida is onerous; and, basically, Abe has done it – three years in a row – by himself. He does not have the organizati...
27-03-2009
Word count: 3227
Written by: James Payne
#... reason, always work well for me. Pinot Noir is good, as are Zinfandels. Sangria too offers an interesting mix, though I do tend to lean towards mixing fruitier wines with cigars (a personal preferenc...
23-03-2009
Word count: 1353
Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...ng new and also works with many factories on exclusive cigars just for Cigar.com. Sounds fun right? I would soon learn that he works his tail off and it is very hard to keep up with him. He has unlimi...
10-03-2009
Word count: 5056
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...s, did yeoman's work in mitigating what could have been a horrendous burden that would have caused manufacturers to go out of business; tobacconists to close; and many of us unable to afford the pleas...
01-03-2009
Word count: 2270
Written by: James Payne
#... roller as they work.   Length: The size of your cigar, lengthwise, as measured in either inches or millimeters.   Ligero: Ligero is Spanish for light, and is one of the basic types of cigar fil...
28-02-2009
Word count: 1913
Written by: James Payne
...he letter C and working our way through.   As a refresher, and for those that skipped the last part, our last issue covered these cigar terms: 8-9-8, Aging, Amarillo, Amatista, American Market ...
25-02-2009
Word count: 1683
Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...ng new and also works with many factories on exclusive cigars just for Cigar.com. Sounds fun right? I would soon learn that he works his tail off and it is very hard to keep up with him. He has unlimi...
24-02-2009
Word count: 1638
Written by: James Payne
#... After years of work, Arturo’s son, Carlos Sr. decided to move the business to Nicaragua (he was unhappy that the cigars being made in Tampa were no longer hand-rolled). However, after several years...
19-02-2009
Word count: 1766
Written by: James Payne
#...make sure it is working properly. Also, you may want to use the 50/50 solution (you should be using this anyway), using 50 percent water and 50 percent propylene glycol. This helps your cigars in seve...
13-02-2009
Word count: 1296
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... you to do some work. You can't just take your cigars out of their box and drop them into a new, unprepared humidor and find that they're still worth smoking next week. It's up to you to establish th...
12-02-2009
Word count: 1210
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...me are absolute works of art and are going to cost you an arm and a couple of legs while others are less embellished and come at a more reasonable price.But when it comes to humidors it's not the look...
09-02-2009
Word count: 1396
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...industry it has worked because cigar makers/owners have become celebrities; minor celebrities, surely, in the universe of celebrity. There have also been occasional appearances in television ads by th...
02-02-2009
Word count: 2939
Written by: James Payne
#...is made of, and work our way through learning how to properly read a box. By the end of this article, you should feel comfortable strolling into your local Cigar Shop and understanding everything you ...
02-02-2009
Word count: 1371
Written by: James Payne
#...e lighters that work like an old stove, where the eye heats up into a red, angry looking circle. Each of these “tech” lighters will do just fine on your cigar, so long as you keep certain things i...
30-01-2009
Word count: 1498
Written by: James Payne
#...cigars, you are working with different types of tobacco. Note that unless you are smoking a Cuban cigar, the filler inside your smoke is blended from many different types of tobacco. Cuba is the only...
28-01-2009
Word count: 1520
Written by: James Payne
#...hey smoke, what works for them. Read books and magazines, and use the internet. Attend gatherings and keep up to date on the goings-on in the industry; it is easier than you might imagine. And mostly...
26-01-2009
Word count: 1437
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...every day after work, while my mother chipped in as well - she was my first and only unpaid Tobacconist.Puff: How long has the Princeton shop been open? When did you open the New Hope shop?  JLA: Pri...
23-01-2009
Word count: 3988
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...Last year I was working and then we had the writer's strike and things got a little slow. I was still doing my theatre stuff, but there was very little work in Hollywood. So, I decided to go to New Y...
22-01-2009
Word count: 3352
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...ited. I hope it works out for him," he said.Benham said he believes smoking lounges will flourish more and more as more places ban smoking.Ron Fultz, owner of Olde World Leaf & Ale, attributes their p...
21-01-2009
Word count: 1133
Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...w project being worked on by United Tobacco. The 601 cigar brand was created by United Tobacco of Miami, Florida by Erik Espinosa and Eddie Ortega in conjunction with none other than, El Rey De Los Ha...
16-01-2009
Word count: 5488

<< BACK    1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7    MORE RESULTS >>

Page 3 of 7





   


Sign Up to our
GET IT NOW!






 

Member Cigar Reviews | Staff Cigar Reviews | Cigar Videos | One on One Interviews | Cigar News | Puffcast | Cigar Forums | Lifestyle | Partners | Contact
© 2015 by Caputo Media, LLC. All rights reserved.
Terms of Service - Privacy Policy - Ad Blockers Suck! Why?


Puff.com Daily Digest

Thank you for your interest in the Puff.com Daily Digest. Get notified of all new content on Puff.com in our free Daily Digest. To subscribe, enter your email address below and click the subscribe button.


Email Address:


Email will come from "donotreply@caputomedia.com". Please whitelist this email address.

Cancel and Return to page