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How Does Your Cigar Flavor Speak About Your Personality?

by David Nadel February 10, 2016

You might think that the flavor of cigar you smoke is just a flavor, but you need to remember that the flavor of cigar you smoke says a lot about you as a person. You’re giving away a part of your personality when you light up your stogie, and anyone who’s paying attention can learn […]

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Cigars: Made In the Shades

by David Nadel February 2, 2016

The shades of different cigars plays a great role in influencing how it’ll  actually taste. The cigar wrapper is usually one of the important characteristics that’re considered by cigar aficionados when picking out their favorite cigars. These wrappers are responsible for giving each cigar its unique flavor and taste. The shades are different due to […]

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What if the Entire World Was a Cigar Lounge?

by David Nadel November 9, 2015

What if the entire world was a cigar lounge? What if every restaurant, bar, hotel was a smoking room? What if everyone smoked cigars? The world would be an entirely different place. All types of cigars would be available everywhere. From small cigars, to Cuban cigars, to cheap cigars, to rare choice tobaccos, cigar mania […]

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3 Main Differences Between Natural and Maduro Cigar Wrappers

by David Nadel September 29, 2015

If you’re a cigar lover, then you should be concerned about the wrapper type. A wrapper refers to the material used in wrapping your cigar. The two types are natural and Maduro. Read on to find out the differences between the two wrappers. Color The Maduro cigar wrapper is brown in color. However, its color […]

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The Complexity of Some Cigars

by David Nadel August 15, 2015

Each cigar is designed to seal in flavor until it’s lit. Smokers can identify musky aromas by sniffing the exterior of a rolled Corona. Hand rolled cigars feature aged tobacco leaves tightly packed in a specialty paper. They’re durable and may be smoked for a considerable length of time. Evaluating The Appearance Of Cigars Surprisingly, […]

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Smoking Pipes Have Come a Long Way

by David Nadel June 17, 2015

Pipe smoking started taking place with the Native Americans and was used throughout their Shamanistic Rituals. The design of the pipe consists of a chamber for the tobacco to go in, with a thin hollow stem that comes out of the chamber and ending with a mouthpiece. Pipes are ordinarily made from briar wood, meerschaum, […]

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A Quick Intro: Cigar Types

by David Nadel May 9, 2015

There’s an array of different cigar styles and sizes out there. With that said, yes it can get confusing, but we’ll break down just the basics today as we look at the different styles that are available and how the sizes are categorized. To begin, there are both domestic and international cigars. Both of these […]

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