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Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Small cigars are becoming popular

Those of 4 x 26 or smaller ring gauge are becoming very popular, and manufacturers are creating many more. The basic reason they were considered, is simply to provide a complete taste. Utilizing tobacco fillers, binders, and wrappers of their brands, knowing that forty-five minutes to enjoy a full size cigar was not available, and a small cigar would satisfy, if only for ten to fifteen minutes.

What is now appearing on the market, are small cigars that fulfill that niche. They are well-made, great care given to appearance, a taste that is exceptional, and all manufacturers afford the same attention to the small cigar entry as they do their parent brands.

Some new entries are a little pricey, however they are literally perfect, and well worth the cost. If you have not tried this new/old category, and time constraints are a small problem, the selection available mimics the quality of large cigars on the market, choose one from the selection. Dominican Republic, Honduras, or Nicaragua all have taste scales for your preference.

By Al Remp, product specialist and trainer, Thompson Cigar.

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