Quiz No. 6 – Myths, Biases, Errors…?
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Quiz No. 6 - Myths, biases, ...?
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Question 1 of 5
Are the scents in a raw cigar (before it's lit) a reliable predictor of the actual aromas we will encounter after we light the Caribbean cigar (mostly air-cured tobacco)?CorrectIncorrect
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Perfect draw, perfect burn and light colored solid ash. Will my cigar be great?CorrectIncorrect
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A good smoker should be able to judge the strength of a cigar by the dark or light color of its wrapper. Right or wrong?CorrectIncorrect
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Flavor in a cigar is extremely important for me. When I try a new cigar, if I like it, I tend to like all cigars with a similar wrapper grown in the same country.CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 5
I know about cigars and, when someone is new to this hobby, I always recommend cigars that have a light to medium nicotine strength level. Correct or not?CorrectIncorrect