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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 | Jan 01, 2016

One of the most beloved stories of all time, Snow White began as a German fairy tale, first published by the Brothers Grimm in 1812 as a part of the first edition of their collection, Grimms’ Fa…

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Clubs of America | Dec 30, 2015

Satsuma Mandarins are most often eaten out of hand because they are so easy to peel, thanks to their very loose skin. Their bite-sized, sweet, juicy segments are nearly seedless.

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Clubs of America | Dec 29, 2015

December’s Flower of the Month, the Red Ginger Bouquet, consists of several stems of Red Ginger, a few accent stems of Areca foliage, crowned with a handful of the ever-popular Ti Leaves.

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Clubs of America | Dec 10, 2015

ORGANIC PERU NORANDINO FAIR TRADE — FULL CITY ROAST — Founded in 1995, the Central Piurana de Cafetaleros (CEPICAFE) was formed.

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Clubs of America | Dec 08, 2015

Perhaps you haven’t heard, but enjoying a small piece of chocolate in the morning is a great (and beneficial) way to start your day.

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Clubs of America | Dec 06, 2015

Your bouquet selection this month is the Mink Protea.

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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 | Nov 23, 2015

Beginning as early as the 17th century in and around Naples, Italy, when anyone had a hankering for a pizza, all they needed to do was take a stroll through the streets of the poorer sections of the c…

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Clubs of America | Nov 19, 2015

BUERRÉ BOSC PEARS — It’s uncertain whether Bosc pears are Belgium or French in origin. What is known is that Bosc Pears were discovered sometime in the early 1800’s.

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