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Spotlight Brand: La Aroma de Cuba

La Aroma de Cuba

'93' rated, a best-selling boutique. 

Distributed by Ashton, La Aroma de Cuba cigars are made in Nicaragua under the close supervision of renowned tobacco master José 'Don Pepín' García. Only a legend like García could rejuvenate a brand like La Aroma de Cuba, a famous turn of the century Cuban brand and a favorite of Sir Winston Churchill, doing it justice from farm to final product. With the same attention to detail and penchant for blending with potent, top-notch Nicaraguan tobaccos as practiced for years with his other brands (Don Pepín García, My Father, Tatuaje, etc.), La Aroma de Cuba is as luxurious as any top-of-the-line premium blend available today.

La Aroma de Cuba is handmade with all-Nicaraguan long-fillers rolled underneath a toothy Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper. Medium to full-bodied, the flagship blend of this best-selling brand has been getting critical acclaim for its high-level of quality and complex flavor profile since inception, receiving ratings as high as '93' and making several 'Best Of' lists over the years. 

Q & A: Analog vs. Digital Hygrometers

Q.
Should I use an analog or digital hygrometer?

2/02/10 | by MP of Chattanooga, TN

A.
When in doubt, always use a digital hygrometer. Analog hygrometers only tend to provide an estimated humidity level since they work via the use of springs and can easily become inaccurate due to abrupt movement or constant fluxuations in humidity. However, digital hygrometers are known for accurately displaying proper humidity levels and most can be calibrated or adjusted easily. Furthermore, they usually display the temperature inside your humidor as well, a feature not available with analog hygrometers. When purchasing a new humidor, it will save you time, money and frustration if you also purchase a digitial hygrometer, even though most humidors come with a standard analog unit.

by Bryan