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Old 02-21-2016, 02:14 PM   #108
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Smoking a cigar is a great way to enjoy even the most mundane chores in life such as mowing the lawn, painting the house...
I got that far and was done with BNB



Ok to be fair I just went back and I should have stayed away, mark one for quick first impressions.

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Smoking a cigar is a great way to enjoy even the most mundane chores in life such as mowing the lawn, painting the house or grilling a steak. Maybe you prefer to enjoy a cigar with your morning coffee or maybe right before bed, while reading a book or together with a friend. There are many instances where it can be just what you need. But what’s the difference between a mild and strong one? How can you tell the difference?

The taste of a cigar is determined by the soil in which it was grown. Jamaican soil produces a mild flavor, Honduras soil produces a medium to strong flavors, while Nicaraguan soil produces strong and rich flavors.

Many of them are a blend of different leaves which add different flavors and tastes to each cigar. However, flavor and body aren’t the same. It’s the difference between strength and taste. There are many combinations between flavor and body; some examples would be a cigar that’s both mild and full- flavored, while others may be strong and light- flavored.

A cigar that has the same leaf blend may be classified differently based on the length of it. A larger cigar tends to be slightly milder than one that’s smaller. Another thing to look at is the weight. A mild cigar tends to be lighter while a strong one is heavier.
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