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NUB Barber Pole

Submitted by Rob on April 27, 2009 – 2:00 amOne Comment

nub baber poleNUB cigars have been loved by just about everyone since its recent introduction. Sam Leccia, the creator of NUB cigars decided to increased the ring gauge and shorten the length to make sure you were always smoking the “sweet spot” of the cigar.

At this current time NUB has released 3 cigars: Cameroon, Connecticut, and Habano. The true NUB fans know that the NUB Maduro is making its way into the market shortly. Follow Sam on Twitter and he makes mention of smoking the new Maduro (lucky guy you).

Well Sam, the Maduro version sounds great and I can’t wait to try it. In the mean time everyone at decided they couldn’t keep waiting. We want a new NUB cigar now and since the Maduro is hitting the streets soon anyways – we decided to make something better:

A NUB Barber Pole.

We start this little project by picking out a NUB Connecticut and an Oliva G Maduro.

Tools Required: Spray bottle with water, a knife (or sharp edge), a cigar cutter, some cigar glue, and someone willing to give up two cigars.

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One Comment »

  • Pappou says:

    Just bought my first nub habano.
    I did not rate it highly = 3 out of 10
    Then i noticed that it was hand rolled.
    After looking at three reviews, i find no mention that this is not a hand made cigar.
    Does that make any difference to your readers?