Tuesday, 18 December 2007

The five for the freshmen

The five for the freshmen
By John Caldecott

When you are just into cigar smoking for the first few times, you must avoid smoking those strong-flavored cigars

for you are not yet used to them and it may just cause you effects that you do not want handling. We would be very

glad to help you get to know what the five cigars that could suit you.

These are not that strong for you but not to bland that you would not enjoy the smoking time at all. Well

generally, beginners must really settle for what is light or mid-strong when it comes to cigars.

• Flor de oliva torpedo

This is a cigar from the Oliva family, who is well-known in the cigar industry for years. This produces a mild to

medium mild taste with a dash of sweetness. A stick of it would cost you a dollar and fifty cents. As its medium

component, it is made of Nicaraguan filler. You could freely choose or get to know more of this cigar online.


• Baccarat Luchadores

The only weakness it has is that you may not taste that rich taste the first time you try. With the idea of keeping

them in humidor, this is not the best move. This type of cigar tastes well especially when straight from the box

rather than out of the humidor.

• Punch Grand Cru Rubusto

Many smokers of this wish that it could be made longer for it really taste good. The taste is really great

especially if it is stored in the humidor for some months, Honduran cigars with the nice blend of tobaccos, it

could surely be very teasing for your taste buds. A stick may let you spend 3 dollars and 50 cents each. This is a

very well-constructed cigar as well.

• Arturo Fuente Curly head

From the Fuente group of cigars, this type may be a part of the lowest bracket of Fuente cigars when it comes to

price at one dollar and fifty cents. This rich hand-made Dominican cigar would surely be enough for beginners. The

mild to mid-mild taste would be great for those who are not into smoking cigar for such a very long time.

• Excalibur number 5

Hoyo Monterrey is the direct seller of this cigar and it is Honduras made as well. Stick costs 3 dollars and 25

cents. There are different ranges but Excalibur number 5 compared to 1, 2 or three is mild, tasty and really tasty

if kept in a humidor.

When you are a beginner in smoking, do not let it stop you from tasting the rich cigars. You have the choices; it

is all up to you to savor the tastes that would surely be great for you. There are loads of cigars out there in all

corners of the world but these are simply the best for beginners.



Godbless, John Caldecott.

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