After some audio issues with the first take, Jon Huber was kind enough do a second take. The Crowned Heads co-founder talks about the brand’s newest line, La Vereda.
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The Art of Smoking a Cigar
Cigars are a great way to relax and wind down after a long day. They are also a popular pastime for many cigar enthusiasts, and can be enjoyed in groups or by yourself. The act of smoking a cigar is an art form that requires skill to be mastered. It is important to take your time when enjoying a cigar, and not to inhale it. This allows the flavor of the tobacco to be fully appreciated. A well-aged cigar will taste smooth and refined with notes of cocoa, wood, and toasted bread.
Tobacco growers cultivate their fields with a variety of seeds, and different soil types and climates produce distinct flavors. The blending of these various varieties allows cigar makers to create a wide range of strength, aroma, and flavor profiles for their brands. Cigars are not manufactured with any additives or chemicals, which distinguish them from mass-produced cigarillos and cigarettes.
As a result, premium cigars are the ultimate expression of nature’s perfect simplicity. There are few consumable products that can claim to be so pure and natural.
Cigars are usually smoked in groups, and as such are often associated with socialization and enjoyment of company. They are a classic accompaniment to drinks such as brandy, port, and wine. Cigars are commonly smoked at celebrations such as weddings, birthdays, and graduations, and have long been seen as a symbol of status and wealth. A recent study has shown that regular cigar smokers have lower death rates than non-smokers. This finding is in stark contrast to previous studies which showed that regular cigar smoking significantly increased the risk of heart disease and stroke.