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The world of cigars can be an intimidating one to someone who is just entering into it. At Best Cigar Prices, we try to make it as easy as possible on cigar newbies who are unsure about how to go about things. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of simple steps to take and mistakes to avoid.
Diesel Esteli Puro Toro (6 x 54) W– Esteli, Nicaragua B– Esteli, Nicaragua F– Esteli, Nicaragua Origin – Tabacalera AJ Fernandez, Esteli Showcasing a tobacco blend comprised of 100% Nicaraguan leaves from Esteli farms, the Diesel Esteli Puro is handmade by the pros at Tabacalera AJ Fernandez in – you guessed it – Esteli, Nicaragua. […]
Buffalo Ten Cigars I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Handmade in Tamboril, Dominican Republic by our friends at El Artista Cigars, Buffalo Ten cigars present a “cheat code” of sorts to premium quality at an extremely reasonable price. Buffalo Ten owes its satisfying rich character to a blend of six unique tobaccos: a […]
CAO Bones Matador (7 1/4 x 54) W – Connecticut broadleaf B – Connecticut shade F – Dominican, Honduran, Nicaraguan The Connecticut-heavy Bones blend was dreamed up by CAO Brand Ambassador Rick Rodriguez as a tribute to the games of dominoes and dice, which Rick sees as great pastimes for kicking back, talking sh!t, and […]
The word “stogie” can be used in different ways by different people. While some use it as a catchall synonym for cigar, others reserve the term for cheap or low-quality cigars. This confusion can cause an awkward situation if you refer to a friend’s $20 stick as a stogie. At the end of the day, both definitions of stogie are acceptable according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, but it is still a word with an interesting history and evolution.