Pardon me if this has been covered before, I DID try a limited search ... :ask:
How far up the stick do folks usually cut the ends of their cigars. Apparently I have been cutting far too agressively. Do you chop the end off totally or just clip a portion of it. Any advice or...
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I thought I would start this thread after a new experience the other day.
I had recently bought a V-cutter because I was curious about how it would affect the draw and possibly even a slight big of the flavor and how it smoked. I stuck the cigar in there and cut it wit the V-shaped blade...
Today, I experienced the 3rd tin of Dunhill that arrived with a loose tin lid. The tin was so loose that it fell off by itself when held upside-down. I have hundreds of tins in my collection but Orlik's Dunhill is the only brand that I have ever experienced loose/unsealed tins from...
I see lots of good deals on Churchill size cigars all the time, but it's a little more cigar than I prefer in one sitting. Instead of smoking, letting it go out, and trying to relight it another time, is there any reason why a cigar can't simply be cut in half?
It's not like there's a filter...
What's your preferred method of cutting a cigar (standard cutter, hole-punch type, v-shaped cutter, biting, etc.)?
I prefer your standard cutter. Does this only effect the draw or does the way you cut your cigar have other effects?
Sometimes when I go out for a short trip I'll cut a cigar and throw it in a tube so I don't have to carry a cutter with me. Long story short, a lack of opertunity combined with a summer cold has me with a cigar I cut a week ago. It is still in good shape and back in the humidor. I'm wondering...
(sorry I don't have perm. to post in the buy/sell forum)
Does anyone know of a place that sells USED (as in by rollers) cigar making equipment?
Specifically, I'm looking for:
- cutting board (really worked in with tobacco stains)
- cigar end cutter
- molds (also really worked in)...
I am looking at getting some Peterson Perfect Plug and am thinking about using a vegetable mandolin or even a vegetable peeler to cut the plug. The Mandolin especially has insanely sharp blades and would allow nice even cuts.
One other thought I had was a draw knife, used in wood working with...
Please forgive me i am a newbie, and im sure you guys have this question covered ,,,but,,how do i cut a torpedo cigar?,,, DO i cut it to make it a norm cigar like say a Robusto??? thanks for the help!!!
Just finished cutting grass a bit ago and brother is it stifling out there. 90+ degrees and 90+ humidity will make you almost :faint2:
Bad part is I have 2 more yards to cut between now and Sunday!
Some of you who read this will say...."OF COURSE THAT"S HOW YOU CUT A STICK"
I've never seen it cut in the cello.
I really like this method
Do others cut the stick with the cello on?
are you like me who unflapped the cello the manuevered the stick out to cut it?????
Hello and thanks for taking a look here. I have a cabinet that I am refinishing and going to turning into a humidor. My questions are......
Do I need to do something special to put an anolog hygrometer on the cabinet door or is it just a matter of cutting a hole to size?
Do I need a certain...
So sometimes when its late, or bad weather, I like to bring some tinfoil with me, so that when I have to end my cigar prematurely (Anything but the nub), I can wrap up my cigar, extinguish the amber, and bring my cigar home, to be lit another day. I usually also cut off slightly below the burn...
So I sat down to smoke a sancho panza dm and accidentally cut the tip on an angle. I was pissed at first for messing up the cap, but now that I'm smoking it, I'm realizing that the stick tastes better than normal. There seems to be more flavor. Anyone else experience this?