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Spotlight Brand: John Bull

John Bull

A cigar for the enthusiast following a tight budget.

John Bull contains all of the same qualities as any other premium cigar: great balance, perfect construction, and a beautiful appearance, but without a hefty price tag.

It's not easy finding a economical cigar with regular production that can be enjoyed every day and comes so perfectly constructed. If you're looking for a fantastic blend at an affordable price that you can reach for any day of the week and that competes with other major manufacturers in terms of quality, then John Bull should be your blend of choice.

John Bull contains a tasty blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers all concealed by a silky smooth, super dark Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. This combination allows the cigar to release thick, creamy smoke that offers a floral aroma with earthy undertones. The blend itself is smooth from start to finish, with subtle complexities ranging from white pepper to light, toasty nuances. Available in elegant boxes of 30, you simply can't go wrong with John Bull.

Q & A: Herf Etiquette?

Q.
What is herf etiquette?

3/16/09 | by JT of Moscow, ID

A.
Believe it or not, cigar enthusiasts are not individuals searching for a “nicotine fix,” such as cigarette smokers. Creating and enjoying cigars is an art form and like other forms of art, there are unwritten rules to follow when “herfing” with other fellow devotees. For starters, you should never cut, light, or puff another individual’s cigar. Cigars take years to create and therefore a “pre-light ritual” exists so you can truly appreciate the entire experience of enjoying a flavorful stogie. By cutting and lighting a cigar for someone else, not only are you ruining the experience, but also in most cases it is far from sanitary. However, if a fellow enthusiast asks you to cut his or her cigar as a favor, this is obviously acceptable. 

by Sean G