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Bringing Back to Life Those Hard and Shriveled Stogies

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Bringing Back to Life Those Hard and Shriveled Stogies

They are times when a cigar enthusiast comes across the feared matter of having to deal with a shriveled and hard stogie. 

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A Suit and a Cigar

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A Suit and a Cigar

There's just something about the combination of a fine suit and a high-quality cigar that makes women swoon and men feel envious.

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BnB Tobacco Monthly Spotlight: Herrera Esteli Norteno

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BnB Tobacco Monthly Spotlight: Herrera Esteli Norteno

A delicious Nicaraguan cigar and #7 on 2016’s Top 25 Cigar list, the Herrera Esteli Norteno is a 94 rated Nicaraguan and Honduran cigar wrapped in a beautiful San Andres wrapper.

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Herb and Spice Flavors in Your Cigar

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Sometimes cigar aficionados get caught up and full of themselves when it comes to infused, or flavored cigars. They forget that sometimes it’s OK to smoke something not ultra premium as a one off or a treat every now and again. They also get wrapped up in some of the information and myths that were perpetuated years ago about certain sticks or manufacturers. As early as a few year, flavored cigars (think dutch masters or white owls) were the standard for flavored or infused cigars. But times have changed, and several infused manufacturers are now producing high-quality hand rolled cigars...

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What To Look For in A Cigar Wrapper Leaf

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In the real estate world, the mantra is: Location, Location, Location. In the world of cigar tobacco, location is important, but there is more to a wrapper than what kind of leaf it is, or where it was grown. Don’t misunderstand: these things are important, but there are other obvious things to look for in wrappers. I’d say the mantra for cigar wrappers should be Quality, Visual, and Location. Here’s why they’re important: Quality: Describes the overall fineness of the wrapper leaves. Generally, wrappers should be aged for a year or two before they are used to help the flavors...

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