A forum for cigar lovers.
kuzi16:29 needs to be edited. cracked wrappers dont happen to dry cigars unless they have also been handled roughly. a cracked wrapper before it is smoked could mean that it is way over humidified. a cracked wrapper as you smoke it means that the air is WAY more moist than the cigar.
kuzi16:33 is only sorta right as well. it will still be able to be smoked after a loooooong time but there will be a point where it is not worth it.
kuzi16:85: under fermented tobacco. (unless it is a candela, but that is a different ball game.)
beatnic:You should have check with Kuzi before you posted Sniper. LMAO
The Sniper: beatnic:You should have check with Kuzi before you posted Sniper. LMAOHe is my editor in chief! LOL Was afraid posting that list (thanks again Renaissance Man, wherever you may be) may come off as arrogant or snobbish, which it was TOTALLY not meant to be. Like I said in the original post, Ive read some stuff lately that made me go "How can these guys NOT know this???"
Then it hit me - because nobody has told them. So I put it up. :-)
Kuz, will edit the list soonest and I appreciate the corrections and input.
kuzi16:in response to 42: i started smoking cigars at age 2. my mom was PISSED.