Arguably the biggest misconception in the cigar industry is the use or misuse of the term “strength.” Many smokers often describe it as the flavors or lack of flavors that entertain the palate. In actuality, the palate has very little to do with determining the strength of a cigar. We asked a few industry heavyweights to clarify the term for us.
The Happy Cigars Shop and Smoking Room has been operating in Tallinn for nearly five years. Being located close to the passenger harbor, it’s an ideal stop for all travelling cigar passionados.
When the Partagás factory moved from its traditional address the tobacco world was surprised. Now plans to remodel the building into a hotel have emerged.
In this series we are presenting the most important cultivable areas for tobacco, which, as is generally known, grows only in narrowly defined regions of the world blessed with favorable climate and the corresponding soil.