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Clubs of America | Jun 07, 2017

The cigar of your dreams should have all three of these major character traits.

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Clubs of America | May 21, 2017

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

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Clubs of America | May 14, 2017

Some fine cigars (such as our Ortega Serie ‘D’ Maduro this month) sport an unusual square, not round shape.

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Clubs of America | Sep 14, 2016

Be It Cowboys, Cubans, Criminals or Haute Couture, Cigars Are A Part Of History • I am hard pressed to remember a single John Wayne Western that didn’t show him with a cigar either clenched in…

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Clubs of America | Aug 24, 2016

• In 1862, Union soldiers Private Barton W. Mitchell and Sergeant John M. Bloss found a piece of paper wrapped around three cigars at a campsite outside Frederick, Maryland.

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Clubs of America | Jun 02, 2016

Those really familiar with cigars can identify the country of origin of a given cigar just by its aroma, appearance and the way it smokes.

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Clubs of America | Apr 22, 2016

Most American citizens, including all those who are Cuban cigar lovers, are applauding President Obama on his very recent successful efforts at resuming relations with Cuba.

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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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