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Clubs of America | Jan 16, 2016

The outermost leaves (or “wrappers”) control much of a cigar’s character and flavor. It has become quite commonplace for the wrapper shade to be used to describe the entire cigar.

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Clubs of America | Dec 02, 2015

Tracing the roots of cigar ancestry is a challenge, as everybody loves these tightly-rolled little bundles of joy.

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Clubs of America | Oct 30, 2015

Aside from snuff, the cigar is the most potent form of tobacco enjoyed by humans.

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Clubs of America | Sep 25, 2015

Early in the 16th century, smoking tobacco became the norm throughout Europe, introduced there by the explorers and sailors returning from the island of Hispaniola (now the Dominican Republic), Cuba a…

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Clubs of America | Aug 28, 2015

Throughout history, the hands of the powerful and famous have repeatedly reached for cigars, seeking the comfort and enjoyment cigars provide.

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Clubs of America | Jun 29, 2015

A flawless wrapper leaf is key to creating the ideal “public face” for every cigar.

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Clubs of America | Jun 05, 2015

Did you know that not all tobacco is used for smoking, chewing or as snuff? This complex plant wears many hats! Tobacco plants are key in some genetical and botanical research.

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Clubs of America | Apr 27, 2015

There are several ways to light a cigar, and even more opinions on the proper etiquette.

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Clubs of America | Apr 10, 2015

If you have problems making decisions, then for you, cigar smoking may pose a real challenge.

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Clubs of America | Mar 26, 2015

JUST A FEW FEET . . . If left untrimmed, the most commonly-grown tobacco plants will reach a height of up to 9 feet.

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