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The CCST degree is designed to serve the hospitality industry, including fine dining establishments, golf/country clubs, casino lounges, and wine/liquor/cocktail bars and stores. The curriculum and final exam is specially tailored to meet the service needs of these businesses and customers. This professional certification is only available to employees of participating CCST companies. Click here to learn more about the CCST program.


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Certified Cigar Sommelier Tobacconists

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King George Hotel



Wendy D. Dunn Wine Education



Fumee Inc - CCST



Liquid Vessel - CCST



Mesa Cigar Lounge



BLEND Bar with Davidoff Cigars - CCST



Hotel Grande Bretagne



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Tobacconist Tip
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in order for people to perceive (sense) a substance through taste or smell, it must be present in sufficient concentrations, Individual sensitivity will vary for everyone, and there is no limit to personal preferences. An absolute threshold is the smallest concentration of a substance that can be detected by our sense; like one puff of smoke in room may be the minimum amount for someone to detect the tobacco aroma. the terminal threshold is the extreme point of saturation where the addition of more stimuli will not yield any more sensation-for example, if ten are smoking cigars in a room, the eleventh cigar will not change what you smell. Somewhere between these two extremes lies a pleasurable experience. These sensory thresholds are different for everybody. So, a tobacco that is too mild for some can be perfect for another. And, one man's pleasant spices is another man's fire.

 
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