Confused about all the terms used to describe the experience of smoking cigar? Don’t understand “cigar speak”? What do terms such as “STRENGTH… FLAVOR… BODY… AROMA… SCENT… VALUE… OVERALL QUALITY” mean?

Find out by reading this well-written definition. Excerpt:

Strength is a measure of nicotine only… it’s a cigar’s “kick.” A very strong cigar delivers a lot of nicotine… examples: the Habanos Bolivar Belicosos Fino, or El Credito’s El Rico Habanos are very strong cigars; and the Dominican Romeo y Julieta Vintage Series are comparatively mild in terms of their strength. Most smokers, even experienced ones, get a nicotine kick or buzz from strong cigars.