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Let This Music Relax Your Mind – Pairing Sound & Smoke

One theme behind many of our cigar rants is how drastically set and setting can affect the smoking experience. It always rings true for me, the cigar is obviously the catalyst, but the state of mind achieved at the end of a satisfying smoke goes beyond just burning tobacco. As a fan of a wide […]

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by webmaster, 10 years ago

Cigar 101

Cigar 101: Can I save a cigar that’s too wet or dry?

A cigar is a dead plant. Sorry to dispel the aura of luxury, but it is what it is — a fragile collection of dead leaves bound together. As such, a cigar is incredibly susceptible to changes in moisture levels. When your cigar burns too fast or too slow, it is often due to subtle […]

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by Jason, 10 years ago

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Blog Roundup: Cigar News and Views from Around the Web

The Stogie Guys blog is quickly becoming our favorite cigar-related read. Just today they broke the news of a new La Aurora blend that will be introduced at this year’s IPCPR. We also loved yesterday’s post lamenting the fact that one can’t enjoy a cigar outdoors on a nice summer day at the baseball stadium. […]

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by Jason, 10 years ago

Cigar Reviews

Cigar Review: Nub Connecticut, Cameroon, Habano and Maduro

Wow, what a weekend! We partied like rock stars at the Big Smoke at Foxwoods presented by Cigar Aficionado (check out our live tweets here.) There were over 26 cigar lines to sample and only three hours to smoke inside, so one had to choose their cigar wisely. With so many delicious options, it might […]

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by Jason, 10 years ago

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Breakin’ the law: Cigars and criminals

Cigars have long had a history with criminal society, both in real life and fiction — Al Capone and Tony Montana from Scarface immediately come to mind. We know that our loyal readers are good, law-abiding citizens and certainly aren’t suggesting cigars and crime are linked. However, this past week saw a bevy of stories […]

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by Jason, 10 years ago