Tips for new smokers

Try taking small, soft puffs to feel the complex aromas and flavors that the smoke delivers as it burns the aged tobacco leaves. Let the smoke run through all areas of your palate and your tongue. Look for basic aromas and flavors such as salty, bitter, sweet, and sour. Then associate them with products such as leather, wood, cedar, chestnut, coffee, cocoa, vanilla, cinnamon, anise, grapefruit, pepper, coconut and, of course, tobacco. Then experiment by looking for the different textures of the smoke; See that there are cigars that produce a very thick and creamy smoke, while others are light and smooth. With these exercises you can classify the different brands of cigars according to their aroma, flavor and texture, and then find the perfect pairing.


Tips #1: ¿Cómo escoger un puro?

We suggest starting with medium and medium intensity cigars.

Tips #2: How is a pure composed?

1- Gut or stuffing.

2-Capote (It is the one that wraps the gut or stuffing).

3-Layer (It is the one that covers the cigar and is the most important that you have to observe).

Tips #3: Importance of layer

This has ti be soft to the touch, and above all, it does not have to feel dry or "creak", with this you will obseve "the freshness of a cigar".

Tips #4: Conservation

This has to happen in cabins that have a constant temperature and humidity.

Humidity: 65-75%

Temperature: 64-70 ºF

They are the ideal measures.

Tips #5: The Hit

If you come from cigars to cigars, never give "the blow". The cigar is 100% tobacco without chemical aggregates or preservations.

Tips #6: The Delight

It comes from containing its smoke on the palate: inside the mouth and then slowly releasing it.

Tips #7: Scoop

Smoking a cigar is a ritual between the smoker and his cigar.

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