Cigar Of The Week: Matilde Oscura Toro Bravo

Cigar Aficionado’s Cigar of the Week for the week of January 30. Read the full tasting note:

What Are Cigars?


What Are Cigars?

Whether you are celebrating a special occasion or just want a break from your work day, cigars are a great way to enjoy yourself. But before you buy one, make sure you know what you are getting.

A cigar is a cylindrical roll of tobacco rolled around a bunch of tobacco. The cigar is finished with a cap that holds it together. It is typically smoked over a period of 45 minutes to two hours.

Cigars are characterized by their aroma, their flavor, and their strength. They can be made from many different kinds of tobacco.

They can be considered less harmful than cigarettes, but they are still a cancer-causing product. Smoking cigars increases the risk of emphysema, heart disease, and lung cancer. Those who smoke four or more cigars per day are exposed to the same levels of cigarette smoke as those who smoke ten or more cigarettes.

Unlike cigarettes, cigars do not contain additives. Nicotine is the main component of cigars. Using them regularly can be addictive, causing a person to become addicted.

Cigars are a much healthier alternative than cigarettes, but they still have health risks. Tobacco smoke contains carbon monoxide, nitrosamines, and ammonia. And secondhand cigar smoke increases the risk of heart disease, lung disease, and respiratory infections in children.

There are three major categories of cigars. Full bodied, medium, and mild. Each type has its own characteristics. Some of them are very strong and full-flavored. Others are not.

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