Kara from She Smokes Too sits down with her very dear friend, Liana Fuente at the Premium Cigar Convention (PCA) in Las Vegas to catch up on what’s new! Even though she has taken a step back from the day-to-day operations of the family business, she is still here, present and ready to take on her passions in this next chapter with a cigar in hand! Visit her new website www.lianafuente.com to learn more about her next venture and how you can be a part of it!
What Are Cigars?
Cigars are rolled tobacco products that are made up of dried and fermented tobacco leaves wrapped in another layer of tobacco. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with premium cigars often measuring more than 7 inches long and containing anywhere from 5 to 20 grams of tobacco. They are also made in a variety of strengths and can contain different flavors, depending on the type of tobacco used, its country of origin, and how it was grown.
While there are many negative side effects to smoking cigars, they have also been known to bring a sense of enjoyment and relaxation to those who enjoy them in moderation. They are also seen as a status symbol and are often enjoyed with friends in social settings such as weddings, birthdays, or during holiday celebrations.
Smokers often choose to smoke a cigar over a cigarette because they want something more from their smoking experience than just the nicotine fix that cigarettes provide. They may enjoy the taste of a cigar, or it could be because they are looking for a relaxing alternative to smoking a cigarette after a long day at work.
Cigars can take between 30 minutes and 2 hours to smoke, which can be an opportunity for a smoker to sit back and relax and take in their surroundings. They are often paired with a beverage such as whiskey or scotch, which can help them to unwind and relax even more.