Learn All About Cigars

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Learn All About Cigars

Post by koimaster » March 7th 2022, 11:16am

Cigar Basics

How To Properly Smoke A Cigar
Cigar Lighters & How To Light Cigars
Cigar Cutters & How To Cut Cigars

Cigar Anatomy

Cigar Anatomy & Tobacco Types
Vitolas: Different Cigar Shapes & Sizes
Different Cigar Colours & Wrappers
Cigar Glossary Of Terms

Buying Cigars

Where To Buy Cigars
Best Cigar Brands

Cigar Storage

Cigar Storage & Humidor Guides
Pros & Cons Of Wooden Humidors
Pros & Cons Of Acrylic Humidors
How To Build Your Own Humidor
Best Cigar Humidors

As mentioned above, our guides will help you learn and improve on how to smoke, light and cut cigars. We also offer a short overview on the different places where you can buy cigars with all their pros and cons.

Furthermore, you’ll be able to learn about the many different types of cigar shapes, sizes and colours with our extensive vitola and anatomy guides. Reading about these will give you a firm foundation to choosing your first smokes or exploring new options.

Despite what some people may tell you, you don’t actually need to know much about cigars to get started. Like wine or Champagne, enjoying a cigar doesn’t require a fountain of knowledge.

After all, how many of your friends love wine yet couldn’t name more than just a few of their favourite grapes?

In the following quick guide, we’ll just brief you on the basics that you can learn to improve your enjoyment. Once you’ve perused just a few of our guides, you’ll realise that it’s just as easy as uncorking a bottle of red!



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Re: Learn All About Cigars

Post by MAX » March 8th 2022, 5:27am

Again, why would I want to?
NRPI here.

“Begin at the beginning," the King said, very gravely, "and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”

If I am to be insulted I must first value your opinion.
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