[QUESTION] Is there a difference between Strength, Body, and Profile?

Gabriel Theodoulos

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I heard some folk on YouTube (somewhere) mention that there is a difference between Strength and Body. Personally, I thought they were the same.
Is there a difference? And if so, is there such a critter as a mild or medium cigar with a bold body?
 

VeLoRoK

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Typically strength refers to nicotine strength. Body refers to the density, or the mouth feel, of the smoke. Flavor, or profile, refers to what you're tasting. So you can have a mild bodied, full flavored cigar with medium strength; or a full strength, medium bodied, mild flavor cigar.
 
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Typically strength refers to nicotine strength. Body refers to the density, or the mouth feel, of the smoke. Flavor, or profile, refers to what you're tasting. So you can have a mild bodied, full flavored cigar with medium strength; or a full strength, medium bodied, mild flavor cigar.
Spot on
 

atllogix

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Typically strength refers to nicotine strength. Body refers to the density, or the mouth feel, of the smoke. Flavor, or profile, refers to what you're tasting. So you can have a mild bodied, full flavored cigar with medium strength; or a full strength, medium bodied, mild flavor cigar.
Good n fast summary

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Opforty

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Typically strength refers to nicotine strength. Body refers to the density, or the mouth feel, of the smoke. Flavor, or profile, refers to what you're tasting. So you can have a mild bodied, full flavored cigar with medium strength; or a full strength, medium bodied, mild flavor cigar.
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