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A Humidor’s Size and Weight Can Make A Difference

by David Nadel May 12, 2016

A humidor isn’t a purchase to make lightly based on one aspect, such as price. It’s a finely crafted piece that will serve you for years to come in many cases, and needs to possess all of the qualities that you need. While it does need to be affordable, other aspects are more important. Chief […]

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4 Key Tips For Choosing Your First Stogie

by David Nadel May 10, 2016

Breaking into cigars can be very challenging but also very rewarding. Few things are better than relaxing at the end of the day with a group of friends and enjoying each other’s company, a drink, and a great cigar. But how to you go from the first time you buy a cigar to being comfortable […]

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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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What Your Cigar Says About You

by David Nadel June 29, 2015

What you choose to smoke can act like your calling card and make a strong first impression. Here’s a brief overview of what message you’ll be sending out. A Primer on Size and Length Cigars come in a range of shapes and sizes. Each brand will have some, or all of the sizes. The longer […]

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