What does Hecho a Mano mean? And just WTF is Vitola and Gorda all about? Learn 11 Spanish cigar terms that will help you understand the lingo used on the box of your favorite cigars…
Back to the mail bag for more of our readers’ cigar questions: cutting cigars to size, punches vs. guillotines, about tobacco primings and whether we think cigars are bad for you. We thought our answers were worth sharing out loud – Watch now!
Once considered “the cheapskate’s delight,” today’s bundle cigars have debunked the ‘bundles are where the bad cigars go’ myth. Get our 5 bits of “must-know” wisdom about these (mostly) value-priced premiums that’ll have you rethinking how you fill your humidor.
Even with hundreds of cigar brands to choose from, deciding what to smoke is still a challenge. Let us show you how to find a cigar that’s worth your while and your wallet, with these 5 tips for finding a cigar you’ll enjoy.
For this installment of Fan Mail Q&A, we’ve compiled some of the more interesting cigar questions we’ve received about retrohaling, pigtail caps, cigar mold and controlling RH – and we thought our answers were worth sharing out loud. Watch now!
Even the blending experts don’t always agree on how much of a cigar’s flavor comes from the wrapper leaf – learn why, plus we pay forward a cool trick you can try to test your favorite cigar to see how much its flavor comes from the wrapper leaf.
The concept of aging cigars brings questions: Is it necessary? And does longer aging really matter? Click now to understand how aging works, and gets you the most from your premium cigar collection.
Maduro-nados: Besides the fact that you love this sweet, dark leaf, what else do you know about this delicious cigar choice? Go deep in the weeds with us as we dig out 5 fun facts about this fetching, extra-fermented tobacco, and why it’s such a fan favorite.
More Fan Mail: with more readers’ cigar questions coming in, the Cigar Advisors lighten the load and answer their top 4 burning questions with a trick for cutting cigars, what your cigar’s ash color means, keeping your cigar lit and premium vs. machine made. Watch our videos now!