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Now that you've invested in a quality cigar, it is important to understand cigar cutting and your options. The most common type of cigar cutter is the guillotine cuter which (as the name implies) uses a single blade to cut across the cigar creating a clean edge. Just hold the cigar with one hand and the guillotine cutter with the other, then place the head of the cigar (shaped like a cone) into the cutter and cut the cap about 1/16 to 1/8 inch from the very tip. Try not to cut into the thickest part of the cigar to avoid having the wrapper unravel and subsequently ruin your smoking experience of a fine cigar.

There are several different types of cigar cutters including the aforementioned guillotine, double-guillotine, cigar scissors and cigar punch. Try to avoid using your cigar cutter until you are ready to smoke your quality cigar. This ensures the cigar will not dry out before you are ready to smoke it.

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