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How To Become a Cigar Cognoscente

How To Become a Cigar Cognoscente

So you want to be a cigar connoisseur? Contributor Joseph A. Baker explains what it takes to go from tyro to virtuoso in his article titled, "How to Become a Cigar Cognoscente." Baker, writing from his own personal experience, starts with a little cigar history, some points on cutting cigars, lighting cigars, and how to choose the right cigar for you. Beyond that, Baker also discusses the camaraderie that goes with being a fellow cigar smoker.
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Making the Case

Making the Case

Informed cigar smokers often want to know what tobaccos are in their favorite blends, but as Charlie Toraño argues, you're basically asking cigar makers to reveal their trade secrets. What's more, even knowing country of origin, seed, and priming of all the tobaccos in a blend, you still know less than you think about the blend. Charlie asks: is an oversupply of information limiting your cigar experience?
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Don Lino Colorado

Country of origin: HONDURASDon Lino Colorado cigars are handcrafted with finest Cameroon or Sumatran wrappers for cigar smokers who prefer more full-flavored cigars. Three-year-old Dominican filler and binder and an…
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