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Spice & Coffee
Choosing a cigar is dependent upon your own preferences. From fuller-bodied to lighter and more mild, you will likely need to try a few before you know what you like. Choose a shape and size based on how long you would like to enjoy your cigar. You might opt for a bigger cigar for a longer experience, while smaller cigars will provide a quick, convenient indulgence.
A cigar humidor is essential to maintain quality while storing for later use, and investing in a travel case is a good idea if you plan to take your cigars with you on-the-go. Travel cases often have space for other essential accessories, like the perfect cigar cutter and lighter to round out your collection.
It is important to have patience when smoking your cigar. Wait until the ash is at least an inch long before making your first ash. Allowing the ash to build up and fall off naturally will prevent overheating, but wait too long to ash and it may fall unexpectedly, creating an unwanted mess.
A harmonizing contrasting flavors in a spicy smoke marked by its sweetness and lingering hints of cinnamon made even richer and complex by gentle touches of cocoa and coffee with pleasant aroma and a medium body.
‐Master Blender, Manuel Inoa