Sometimes I hate to admit that I started in the premium cigar and tobacco business in the seventies. One day I noticed these cigars in tins and my boss told me to try one. I told him that they were dried out, and he chuckled. He said that they were dry-cured and baked. It was mild and smooth and had a different flavor than I had experienced before. That was my first experience with Schimmelpennick cigars.
These cigars have been sold around the world for a long time, especially in Europe where dry-cured cigars that allow for a short smoke are very popular. Because they're designed to be dry, no humidification is required so you can just put a tin in your pocket or bag and hit the road, knowing that if you have a sort time to squeeze in a cigar, Schimmelpennick will deliver.
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