If you're a serious cigar connoisseur, it's time to learn about the cold taste. Doing a cold taste is very much like sniffing a glass of wine before drinking it. This process involves clipping the cigar, inserting it into your mouth and taking a few inhales before lighting it. While this concept may sound strange, you'd be surprised by how helpful it is. By taking a drag from your cigar before it has been lit, you'll be able to experience all of those flavor nuances. This can help you get a general feel of the cigar's flavor profile before you...
We all know that cigars that have been exposed to too much humidity can result in an unpleasantly bitter taste. But, what does it mean if your cigar tastes sour?
The entubar style refers to the way in which the tobacco is wrapped. It's widely believed that this was the original way in which all cigars were manufactured. The method involves using the wrapper to create several tiny rolls of filler tobacco. This creates a series of very skinny tubes. Then, the whole thing is wrapped in a binder.
One of the most controversial notions in the cigar-smoking world is that you should put out a cigar when you've smoked it halfway.