Who Discovered Cigars?

Everybody knows that Christopher Columbus discovered America, but do you know that he also discovered cigars?

Columbus did not invent nor create cigars, either. However, he online casino did observe the local natives in the Caribbean smoking an unfamiliar substance, either rolled up inside of a large leaf, or through a tube referred to as a tobago.

Columbus and his sailors packed up some of their newly discovered tobacco and returned to Spain, where the methods of making cigars and pipes were readily perfected.

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Hold the Mold!

Mold!

Horrors!  You open your humidor to grab and smoke and what do you find?  Mold!  To break the “mold-cycle,” you’ll need to get all potentially contaminated cigars out of your “regular” system while you clean it out.  

While you’re cleaning your humidor, you’ll have to find temporary quarters for your cigars.  First, wipe off the contaminated cigars with a clean paper towel, slightly moistened with distilled water. (Be careful – you don’t want to get the cigars any soggier than they already are!)  Separate the cigars you know were contaminated from the others. Smoke them as soon as possible. [Read more…]