Are we telling the truth to cigar manufacturers?


In episode “Are we telling the truth to cigar manufacturers?” Franca shares her inner-views on courtesy and other biases.

You might have heard us often saying that, for cigar consumers, it is of utmost importance to be heard by manufacturers, so we can hope to see our preferences taken into consideration. This determines how easy or hard it is for us to get to smoke what we actually like. But how do we communicate our preferences to cigar manufacturers and, above all, how authentic is our feedback to them?

A few tips are discussed to reward truth and avoid feeling pressed to judge.


Listen to podcast episode 41, “Are we telling the truth to cigar manufacturers?”

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