Cigar History

Cigar rolling has been around for 100 years and taking the craft to a mainstream audience is really one of the best ways to get people interested in the experience of cigars and culture. Typically Cuba the factories were set up with stations with rows of torcedores handcrafting each cigar. You will the cigars themselves a very enjoyable however the process in creating them is quite mundane. To help pass the boredom, there would be a worker allocated each day to meet and rollers and make the time go by. This process would go on daily until thousands of cigars were ready to be exported. This same process exists today with really no change in the Dominican Republic. Scores of cigar rollers are still employ that demand in the world continues to rise. Dominican tobacco is currently the best in the world with Honduran and Nicaraguan staying close. The mildness in a medium bodied flavor of Dominican tobacco cannot be rivaled by any other country.

The wrapper leaves interestingly are imported from the United States as Connecticut shade is the premier wrapper leaf and most requested by the premium factories. The gold color and smooth texture all combined with my own flavor and a very even burn makes Connecticut shade broadleaf the premium wrapper leaf and best suited to be covering only premium long filler. All of the major brands including Davidoff, Dunhill and Montecristo use the same combination of wrapper and filler.

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