Here’s a brief overview of the Casa de Sueños portfolio, all of which are made at the De Los Reyes factory.
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The Health Benefits of Smoking Cigars
Cigars are long, thick bundles of twisted tobacco leaves that are bound together with either a dried palm leaf or corn (maize) husk. The earliest archaeological evidence of cigars dates back to the 10th century CE, when a pottery vessel found at Uaxactun, Guatemala, shows a Maya woman smoking a string-tied roll of twisted tobacco leaves.
The cigar is a symbol of class and high society since ancient times, and it has become a part of many social gatherings. Smoking a cigar is a relaxing and enjoyable pastime that can also be a great way to bond with friends.
The smoke from a premium cigar is inhaled, and it is filtered through the mouth to deliver a fine gustatory and aromatic experience. It is important to note that cigars are made of one thing, and one thing only – tobacco, and no chemicals are used in the process. It is the natural aging of the tobacco leaves that creates perceptible flavors and the alluring shades of brown that are associated with a quality cigar.
Occasional cigar smokers are a lot less likely to develop serious health problems than heavy smokers of cigarettes. However, it is still important to understand that cigars are not without their own health concerns and should be enjoyed in moderation. Cigars can cause oral health issues, such as yellow teeth and bad breath, and they are addictive. The nicotine found in cigars is absorbed by the lining of the mouth and can cause the same withdrawal symptoms as cigarette smoking.