How to Smoke A Cigar Cigars International
How to Smoke a Cigar In order to enjoy a cigar like a true enthusiast, you must first learn the anatomy of a cigar. A cigar is made up of three parts: the head the end of the cigar in which you smoke. The body, where you hold the cigar, and the foot, the end to the cigar that you light. The point enjoying a cigar is to get a.
Mouthful cool smoke that is filled with flavor. You DON’ T inhale it! you simply want to experience the flavors. Using a cigar cutter make a quick clean cut above the cap on the head of the cigar for more information on how to cut a cigar visit cigarsinternational and check out one of our cigar 101 tutorials. When holding cigar, generally it’s best to rest the cigar in your middle finger and wrap your index finger.
Around it. Removing the band is a personal choice. If you want to remove it, first smoke the cigar a little bit. The heat from the cigar will loosen the adhesive on the band thus making it easier to remove without damaging the cigar To light the cigar, you need to light the foot and NOT the head of the cigar, which is th end you just cut. In order to light your cigar evenly, you’ll need to toast the foot. Place the cigar near the flame and rotate it around.
Heating the tobacco to the point of combustion. Do not put the cigar directly into the flame. This will char the cigar, altering its taste. The type of flame you choose is a personal choice just about any flame will do in a pinch. For more information on lighters visit cigarsinternational Next, put the cigar into your mouth and take a few draws while lighting it.
Remember, put the cigar near the flame, not in it! Lastly, turn the cigar around and blow on the foot. The red cherry will show just how even lit your cigar is. If they’re a dark spots, you’ll need to touch them. Turn the cigar back around and keep toasting. Taking a draw on a cigar is like just like sucking through a straw.
Without swallowing. Taste the flavor of smoke in your mouth, and then blow the smoke out your mouth. Taken nice even draw Be careful, drawing to quickly will cause the cigar to heat up at a rapid rate and will affect the flavor. In general it’s best to take two to three draws per minute. You want your cigar to be as cool as possible without going out. If your cigar happens to go out, no big deal, just simply remove the ash.
And relight as described previously. You don’t want to remove your ash too often. A long ah is a sign of a well rolled cigar and will help keep your cigar cool. If the need for removing ash arises, do not tap it. Instead, lightly roll it along the lip of the ash tray and the ash will fall off. When finished, simply put the cigar down in an ashtray and let it extinguish itself out. Most cigars will take about 15 to 20 minutes to go out.