The method used for rolling a cigar affects its burn and draw characteristics. In this article, we’ll have a look at the different techniques used to bunch a cigar.
In this series we are presenting the most important cultivable areas for tobacco, which, as is generally known, grows only in narrowly defined regions of the world blessed with favorable climate and the corresponding soil.
In this Series we are presenting the most important cultivable areas for tobacco growing. For this issue our Cigar Journal Reporter Sebastian Zimmel, traveled to Mexico.
Don Alejandro Robaina will celebrate his 90th birthday next year. While he and his Finca are mercilessly commercialized, Pancho Cuba toils his fields quietly and prudently. Meanwhile, many people think that he is the best Cuban producer of wrapper tobacco.
In this series, we are presenting the most important growing regions for cigar tobacco. As it is generally known, tobacco is only grown in clearly defined regions featuring a favorable climate and the corresponding type of soil.
It comes close to being a particular kind of cigar that from time to time would merit greater recognition. Short-fillers often have more taste, aromas and are cured to a higher standard than many give them credit for.