Damage control?


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Same here - Burn them as is - cut if they fight back too much.

For some reason (to me); cutting a cigar back compromises the intended flavor profile.

A slight nip is one thing an inch or more essentially might present you with a different cigar entirely.

But that is just me

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Same here - Burn them as is - cut if they fight back too much.

For some reason (to me); cutting a cigar back compromises the intended flavor profile.

A slight nip is one thing an inch or more essentially might present you with a different cigar entirely.

But that is just me

Personally, I have never enjoyed a cigar I have cut back.

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Personally, my cigars have incurred damage to the wrappers around the feet, from improper handling - (being allowed to move around and rub up against other smokes, etc.)

Humidity swings (rather severe) which including swings well above 70% RH can cause splits in the wrapper most anywhere in the cigar. These usually are not right on the edge of the foot. They also look to be deeper than simply the wrapper.

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