She Smokes Too Presented by J.C. Newman Cigar Co. Season 2 | Episode 1 | 5 Q’s with Kara & Monica

Kara and Monica are back for another great season of She Smokes Too! They are on a mission to make cigar smoking less intimidating for women. Join them as they take you through their stories and experiences of working in this incredible industry. In each episode, they will be asking their guest 5 randomly picked questions, but for this first episode back, Kara and Monica will be asking one another 5 questions!

Monica is smoking a La Unica 300 Natural
Kara is smoking a Perla Del Mar Corojo
Paired with Buffalo Trace Kentucky Bourbon

Cigars – A Luxury Item For Special Occasions and Celebrations


Cigars – A Luxury Item For Special Occasions and Celebrations

Cigars are a luxury item that are commonly given as gifts for special occasions and celebrations. Since the 1970s, their use has become more acceptable and fashionable. In the United States, about 1 percent of the adult population smokes premium cigars. These users are typically older white males of higher socioeconomic status. However, this percentage may change depending on the impact of new regulations, price, and marketing practices.

Cigar smoking increases the risk of cancer in many parts of the body. It is especially harmful to the larynx and esophagus. It is also associated with increased risks of lung and heart diseases. In addition, cigar smokers have a higher risk of oral cavity cancer and esophageal cancer than cigarette smokers.

There are several factors that contribute to the cost of premium cigars. The quality of the tobacco is important. Poorly-made cigars will not burn and draw well. This will drastically affect the flavor and level of enjoyment. Therefore, it is essential to choose cigars that you can afford. For those on a tight budget, choosing an affordable premium cigar is the best choice.

Full-bodied cigars have more flavor and are typically made with stronger tobaccos. Ligero tobacco is the darkest, thickest leaf in the tobacco plant. It is also the most oily and rich. Lower-priming tobaccos are less powerful, but have more subtle flavors and better combustion.

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