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Teach you how to identify the bottom of the cigar box Apr 10, 2017

First of all to note that many new customers are buying cigars, will remind the waiter must take the freshest cigar, in fact, this is wrong. From the production process of cigars, from the collection of cigars, air, fermentation, cleaning, election materials, production, alcohol, packing to the final factory, has been a long time, so there is no fresh cigars.


The longer the alcoholic year of the cigar leaves, the more delicious the taste after the cigars are made. Because the tobacco leaves the process of fermentation itself will be a lot of impurities are excluded. So, is not the longer the better the cigar? Just to do out of the cigar as 16-22 years of age during this period of women, perhaps should be called girls, mostly look Sentimental, and even some of the back to the feeling that you are not as dry as dry. At this time the cigars have not had time to alcohol, pumping slightly taste bad. When the cigar alcoholization of 3-5 years later, like women to 25 years of age to 35 years of age this stage, that is, we said the female gold for 10 years, pumping up straight, taste great, and even beyond your imagination. However, if the cigar is placed too long, although there is a commemorative meaning, but it is not the best time to taste.

Here's how we learn how to identify the cigar box wood juggling that are available to us:

From 1960 onwards, all Havana cigar boxes at the end of the box are "hecho en cuba" stamp, before the Indian is printed "made in cuba". In addition, since 1994, the cigar at the end there is "habanos s.a." stamp, which is the home that Havana cigar sold around the world the name of the company. And between 1985 and 1994, its name was "cubatabaco".

In addition, the bottom of the cigar box will have some other stamps marked:

 hecho a mano / hand rolled: refers entirely to the machine, and then finished by hand to complete.

 From 1989 onwards, the packaging of the upper long leaves of the Hakana cigars is printed with "totalmente a mano" ("pure hand") stamps.

 Envuelto a mano / hand packed: refers to the mechanism of cigar boxed by hand to complete packaging.

 "totalmente a mano" ("pure hand") is also printed on the box of the Havana Cigar, and the letter "TC" (from " "Tripa corta" - "short leaves").

 mecanizado: The machine box is made of "habanos S.A." and "hecho en cuba" on the box of the mecanizado.

 hecho en cuba / made in cuba: refers to the manufacture in Cuba. (Only the place of manufacture)

Havana cigar at the end there are two ink India, one is the production of cigar factory code, which is marked on the GSO. This is the production of cigar factory abbreviation, because there are too many small factories, where not one by one introduced. The other is the month and year of the cigar boxing. The month is in Spanish, the year is from 2000, 2000 is "00", 2008 is "08". In the figure above, MAY stands for May, 07 stands for 2007.

Cuba is a Spanish-speaking country, and the Spanish month comes from the Roman calendar. Specific months referred to as follows:

 January: enero (factory code ENE, different from English)

In the legend of Rome, there is a patron saint named Janus, students have two face, a review of the past, a look over the future. People think it is meaningful to choose his name as the first month of the month. Is the name of the patron saint of the Latin name January evolved (the word because of the characteristics of the voice to the Spanish language changes, Ja became e, and from the Spanish language belongs to the Roman language family of Portuguese In the more to see the source, the Portuguese month is Janeiro).

 February: febrero (factory code FEB)

At the beginning of February each year, the people of Rome must kill the drink and celebrate the Fibroum Festival. This day, people often use a cow, grass made called Februa whip, smoking infertile women, in order to pregnant children. On this day, people have to repent of their own past years of sin, wash their souls, seek the gods of forgiveness, so that they become a chaste of people. The Spanish February Febrero was evolved from the Latin Februar-ius (ie, the Fibulum Festival).

March: marzo (factory code MAR)

March, was originally the old calendar of Rome in January, the beginning of the New Year. After the reform of Caesar the Great calendar, the original January became March, but the Romans still regarded March as the beginning of the year. In addition, according to traditional habits, March is the season of expeditionary expedition. In order to commemorate the war gods, people put the name of the war god Latin name as the month of March. Spanish March Marzo, is the name of the God of War evolved from the name.

 April: abril (factory code ABR, different from English)

Rome in April, it is the earth rejuvenation. Flowers early flaws of the beautiful season. Spanish April Abril evolved from Latin April (the day of flowering).

May: Mayo (factory code MAY)

Roman mythology of the goddess Maya, specializing in the management of spring and life. In order to commemorate the goddess, the Romans used her name - Latin Maius named May, Maya Mayo by the goddess of the name evolved.

 June: junio (factory code JUN)

The mythology of the Roman mythology is the king of the gods, and the gods who control the fertility and protect the women. Ancient Rome is very reverent to her, put the dedication to her in June, with her name - Latin Junius named June. Spanish July Junio evolved by the goddess's name. Some scholars believe that Junius may be a Latin family of a prominent aristocratic family name.

 July: julio (factory code JUL)

After the death of the Roman ruler, the famous Roman general, Mark Anthony, suggested that the birth of Caesar the Great in July, named after Caesar's name, the Latin Julius (the Julian). This proposal was passed by the Senate. Julio Julio evolved in July.

 August: agosto (factory code AGO, different from English)

After the death of Julius Caesar, he was appointed by the king of his nephew. In order to and Caesar par, he also wanted to use his name to name a month. His birthday in September, but he chose August. As he ascended the throne, the Romanian senate granted him the Augustus (Augustus) title in August. So he decided to use this title to name August. The original August was less than seven months in July, and in order to be on an equal footing with Caesar, he decided to take a day from mid-February plus in August. Since then, February will be less one day. West August agosto by the emperor's Latin name evolved.

 September: septiembre (factory code SEP)

Old calendar in July, it is Caesar the Great Reform calendar after July, the Latin Septem is "seven" means. Although the calendar reform, but people still use the old name to call in September. In September, Septiembre, it evolved.

 October: octubre (factory code OCT)

From the Latin Octo, that is, "eight" means. It is the same as the above mentioned in September, the calendar changed, the title still continues to use.

 November: noviembre (factory code NOV)

Roman Emperor Augustus and Caesar have their own name in the month, the Roman citizen and the senate asked the then Roman emperor Tiberius named in November. But Tiberius did not agree, he wisely said to everyone, if every emperor of Rome to use their own name to name the month, then the emergence of the 13th emperor how to do? So, in November still retains the old name Novem, that Latin "nine" means. In November, noviembre evolved.

 December: diciembre (factory code DIC, different from English)

The emperor of Rome, Rousseus, named the last month of the year with the name of his mistress Amagonius, but was opposed by the senate. So, in December still follow the old name Decem, that Latin "10" means. The Spanish language of the diciembre, then evolved from this