The most basic way in which cigars can be categorised is by the way in which they are made. Cigars are either rolled by hand, rolling machines or manufacturing machines. A beginner smoker may not know a great deal about cigars and go ahead and try a cheap machine rolled cigar found in local stores. However, these are not good examples of cigars and should probably be avoided. The best types of cigars are the finer, hand rolled and finely crafted, providing you the ultimate smoking experience.
Hand rolled cigars and made with pure tobacco
The tobaccos used in machine rolled cigars are not 100% pure tobacco, with the possibility of containing paper, preservatives and v.... Click here to read more
Etiquette is polite behaviour when smoking a cigar. In 19th century Havana, famous for its Cuban cigars, it was considered an insult to give another smoker a light from your cigar without first knocking off the ash from the cigar. Zino Davidoff outlined a protocol for smokers in his noted essay for connoisseurs. The charter and code remain valid today as when he first wrote it, where you will gain a better idea of cigar etiquette – or the “do’s and don’ts” of cigar smoking.
Use a penknife to cut or a lance to pierce the end of the cigar.
X - Use a penknife to cut your cigar
X - Touch the flame directly to the foot of t.... Click here to read more