A Beginner’s Guide to Cigars, Part 1

By: Matthew Weisberg

Cigars, like any indulgence, vary in quality and taste. To get the most out of your cigar experience, follow these tips.

1. Choosing an Appropriate Cigar
If you are new to cigars, milder flavors will prove more palatable. Avoid stronger cigars as they tend to taste dreadful to those who are unaccustomed to the taste. Additionally, mild cigars are significantly less expensive than stronger ones, so you do not have to worry about feeling as if your money was wasted. As you grow used to the taste and texture of your cigars, ask smoking partners to recommend you a stronger brand and flavor.

2. Inspecting Cigars
Pick up the cigar you are contemplating and give it a gentle squeeze. Do you notice any soft or hard spots? Such texture indicates a bad draw, meaning the right amount of air will not move through the lit cigar. If your cigar should happen to be plugged, or packed too tightly to burn, return it to the vendor, explain your situation, and ask for a refund or exchange.

3. Protecting Cigars
Cigars retain their flavor and texture inside their cellophane wrapping. If you plan to smoke occasionally, buy just a few cigars at a time and keep them in their wrapping until you are ready to consume them. Uncovered cigars dry out quickly, so if you do unwrap a cigar and find yourself unable to smoke it, place it in a sealable bag or container. Consider investing in a humidor, a box that is specially designed to store and preserve cigars under optimum conditions.

A Beginner’s Guide to Cigars, Part 2

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About Matthew Weisberg

Lawyer Matthew Weisberg assists clients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. A graduate of The Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University, Matthew Weisberg offers counsel in civil rights, legal malpractice, and product liability, among other practice areas. As a civil rights lawyer, Matthew Weisberg intricately understands both the state and federal laws enacted to protect the rights of citizens. Matthew Weisberg and his fellow lawyers at Weisberg Law, P.C., accept the cases of those who suffered a deprivation of liberty through actions including false arrest, excessive police force, wrongful imprisonment, and malicious and wrongful prosecution. People who did not receive due process or who lacked equal protection under the law seek out Matthew Weisberg's legal guidance for possible remedies. As an advocate for the First Amendment, lawyer Matthew Weisberg supports those denied free speech or arrested during a protest. Another area of Matthew Weisberg’s practice involves legal malpractice representation. This offense occurs when a lawyer commits a serious, preventable mistake, harming the outcome of a client's case; Matthew Weisberg provides representation in suing one's previous lawyer. Recognizing the elements of legal malpractice, such as a lawyer involving oneself in a client's business, failing to deliver or obtain essential reports on time, and missing deadlines and statutes of limitations, Matthew Weisberg seeks to hold lawyers accountable for their actions. In product liability suits, Matthew Weisberg assists consumers injured by faulty products at home and on the job. As a trial lawyer, Matthew Weisberg takes product liability claims to court, even against big corporations. Additionally, Matthew Weisberg protects buyers by handling cases involving misleading warranties, predatory lenders, and the Lemon Law. To further aid the public, Matthew Weisberg performs pro bono work and lectures about foreclosure mitigation and creditor practices to the public. This lawyer also discusses legal matters with media outlets such FOX News Network, LLC; Cable News Network (CNN); USA Today, a division of Gannett Co. Inc.; and The New York Times. To learn more about Matthew Weisberg, visit www.weisberglawoffices.com.
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