Trinidad Robusto Extra (box 12)

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Trinidad Robusto Extra (box 12)

Trinidad

Trinidad Robusto Extra (box 12)

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Ring Gauge 50
Length 156 mm / 6.14 inches
Strength Medium - Full Body
Size Dobles Robusto
Box 12
Availability: In stock
SKU
SW-TRI-ROEX-012-BOX
Special Price 210.00 USD Regular Price 260.00 USD
box of 12
20% off
Description
Most people have developed a love affair for cigars starting during their teenage years. These people may have tasted the best cigars there is in the world or may have posed an iconic shoot with their well loved cigar brand. The aroma and flavor of a good cigar is so great that it is tempting to puff consecutive cigars in a matter of minutes. For many years now cigars have been known to fight off stress or to whilst away long waiting hours. Cigars have also been a long standing witness to intellectual discussions of teachers, philosophers, and politicians. It seems that ideas flow better when smoking a good cigar because it makes the mind alert and responsive. Many historical figures like Winston Churchill, Sigmund Freud, and Fidel Castro made their best known works while puffing a cigar. Winston Churchill was probably the most famous person to smoke a cigar and for that matter he has launched a thousand cigar brands. He was always photographed with a cigar on his hand even on vacation, in war, and in diplomatic negotiations. The prestige and luxury associated with smoking cigars has never died down. Throughout these years, cigar smokers are always projected as “cool” and “sophisticated,” thus bringing along a hoard of cigar smokers with relatively younger ages. For amateur smokers you may have encountered several discomforts while puffing your first smoke. For first time users this is normal. You may have asked a variety of questions: What is the proper way of holding a cigar? What is the cigar that is best for me? How should I puff the cigar? Where do I buy authentic Cuban cigars? But before you proceed with these bigger questions about cigars, it is also important to know the most basic information about cigars. A cigar is basically composed of a filler, a wrapper, and a binder. The soul of a cigar is called the filler. This is where most of the tobacco is placed. On the other hand, the binder is the one that binds the fillers together. In turn, the binder and the filler are wrapped using a “wrapper.” The wrapper is also made up of tobacco leaves which are relatively longer than the ones used in the filler. It is an important component because it provides flavor to the whole cigar. A wrapper’s color is also indicative of how strong or mild the flavor of the cigar is. The ones with the strongest flavor come in darker colors and the mildest ones have light colored wrappers. Another good-to-know cigar terminology is the “ring gauge.” A ring gauge is the diameter of the cigar. It is measured by 64th of an inch. The size of the ring gauge though is not determinate of its quality or flavor. Studies suggest that ring gauge is indicative of the gender of the smoker. Generally women smoke thinner cigars compared to men. Cigars also have an expiration date though some brands are best smoked when they are mature. Most cigar aficionados store their cigars in a humidor to keep moisture away. It has varying sizes so storing cigars in a humidor would not eat up a lot of space. When buying cigars in stores pay particular attention to where the store keeps its cigars. That would indicate if these cigars are still crisp and good to smoke. Around town there are specialty shops that sell only authentic cigars. Over the Internet you can also find websites selling authentic cigars from Cuba. To get the most out of your money only buy from trusted and tested cigar retailers. Lighting up a cigar is a piece of cake, not much of a burden to smokers. Just bring the lighter closer to the cigar and let it caught fire. Most of the time only one side gets lighted so rotate the cigar evenly to let the other side of it catch fire