You start out with some easy questions! Welcome to the forum.
#1: You'll find just about everything about cigars you could ever want to know on this forum. Familiarize yourself with the search tool and you can find answers to most questions you could have.
#2: Samplers are great for...
All these "Pre-Embargo" cigars make my head spin. Do a search for Pinar and see what I mean. A sh*tload of tobacco was found in a guy's basement? :confused: I wouldn't smoke that even if it was true.
That being said, hopefully you enjoy this one.
Melody (my fiancée) and I have been enjoying the beautiful evenings on the porch, occasionally with movies on the laptop. The only problem is the mosquito population of my backyard, which seem to all find us. Solution? Citronella candle. We've always used the citronella candle to keep bugs...
If it was me, I'd keep them in the box and never worry about it - sounds like a big pain for no gain. If you're only keeping part of the box (for whatever reason that might happen), then I'd write what the smoke is and the year. Box codes are bologna, so I'd typically just write "Guantanamera...
Probably none at all, since it's in a sticky.
"...Clear Habanos, cigars rolled with pre embargo tobacco (later on) etc, are considered Non-Habanos and reviews on them should go in that forum."
Thanks for the clarification. As I said, I am NOT a photographer - I just know that the lightbulbs in my house don't facilitate as good of pictures as the sun outside. This is certainly a guide from the layman and for the layman, so I went for the general rule I've discovered.
CS loves pictures, but it seems like every day we get some examples of the following:
I'm no professional photographer, and all my pictures come from a $100 camera I got 2-3 years ago at Best Buy (Panasonic DMC-LZ3). There are a few quick, simple ways to ensure great cigar pictures.