Flavor and Strength

The flavor is what smokers perceive as the taste of a cigar. It often depends on various factors: How old is the cigar? Is it too dry, too humid or, just right? What did you eat before? What are you drinking during? Describing a cigar’s flavor can get very complicated. Some of the adjectives used to describe a cigar’s flavor are: leathery, peppery, woody, earthy, nutty, creamy, etc. Cigars can also be described as full (strong), medium or mild (delicate) bodied. Body refers to the strength or intensity of the smoke. It is a matter of personal preference, but veteran smokers tend to prefer full bodied or full-flavored smokes. Likewise, new cigar smokers will prefer a cigar with a gentler flavor.

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