When should you smoke a great cigar?
This really is not that tough of a question but failing to pick the right time to smoke that cigar you have been storing for a year could ruin the whole experience. I’ve done that before and losing out on a great cigar experience is a horrible thing.
But don’t fear! I have come up with a few quick and easy rules. Follow these rules and you will always pick just the right time for smoking your favorite cigars. Enjoy!
When I looked at this cigar I noticed some problems. The coloring was spotty and there was a whole in the wrapper. So you can understand why I was pleasantly surprised when I found that I was really liking this cigar.
The Graycliff 1666 Presidente is a well balanced, sweet cigar. It is medium bodied and is really a joy to smoke. That is it was a good smoke until I ran into some unexpected problems. Everything considered I still think it is a good cigar and should be given a chance; especially if you like medium-bodied cigars.
That sucked. Too bad they couldn’t hold down a SEVEN RUN LEAD! Sox win 8 to 7 over Rays.
Don’t get me wrong, I like the Red Sox. But I am an Angels fan and Joe Maddon, the Angels’ ex-bench coach, is the Rays’ manager now. Go RAYS!
When I first started smoking cigars I thought rating cigars was something only an expert could do. I was wrong. Everyone should have some kind of system in place for deciding which cigars they like and which ones they will leave alone in the future. Personally, I use a traditional 100 point scale because there is just so much nuance with cigars that is missed with a simpler scale. You need to focus on key attributes of a good cigar like flavor, appearance, the draw, and the burn. But when you strip it all down you are just figuring out which cigars you enjoy more, which is the main reason we started smoking cigars in the first place. Right?