Cigar making is an art. There aren’t a lot of facts involved, mostly opinions. At CMF we feel between 68-72% humidity and 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit is the best
Category: Cigars 101
If you’ve ever lost an expensive cigar to dehydration you know it hurts. You might be asking yourself – can I rehydrate this? The short
Chris Mortensen of Cigar Mas Fino walks you through how humidors can improve the quality of your cigar. From humidity to temperature to water quality, there are
In a word: No. What you spend on a cigar has zero relevance on your enjoyment.
You likely didn't love your first wine or beer. The same thing might happen when you smoke your first cigar – but over time, your palate will develop.