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A cigar is a rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco leaves made to be smoked. They are produced in a wide variety of sizes and shapes. Since the 20th century, almost all cigars are made up of three distinct components: the filler, the binder leaf which holds the filler together, and a wrapper leaf, which is often the best leaf used. Often the cigar will have a band printed with the cigar manufacturer's logo. Modern cigars often come with 2 bands, especially Cuban Cigar bands, showing Limited Edition (Edición Limitada) bands displaying the year of production.
Cigar tobacco is grown in significant quantities primarily in Central America and the islands of the Caribbean, including Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Panama, and Puerto Rico; it is also produced in the Eastern United States, the Mediterranean countries of Italy and Spain (in the Canary Islands), and in Indonesia and the Philippines of Southeast Asia.
The origins of cigar smoking are still unknown. A Mayan ceramic pot from Guatemala dating back to the tenth century features people smoking tobacco leaves tied together with a string.
Regular cigar smoking is known to carry serious health risks including increased danger of various types of cancer and cardiovascular illnesses.
Some excess cigars to move...
They are as follows:
(2)Padilla 2019 Select Reserve - Toro
(1)Montecristo Medianoche - Robusto
In my quest to downsize my life in 2021, I need to get rid of a bunch of cigar memorabilia that I accumulated during the time when I ran a small cigar business on the side. All these ashtrays have never even seen an ash! I'll sell each one for $10.00, and I'll even throw in a few primo cigars...
I have 3 cigars to trade
Gurkha Chairman's Select Gran Robusto (6x58 perfecto)
Nice smoke, well crafted, medium-bodied
Looking to trade 1:1 for other quality, hand-rolled cigars
Prefer Coronas and Robusto sizes. Nothing larger than a 52 ring gauge...
Located in Vancouver
I have a couple of cigars to trade off...
These are just bigger than I like.
Looking to trade for something smaller ... like a ring gauge 52 or less, prefer robusto or toro sizes, but offer anything. Natural or Maduro, either way. (quality hand-rolled cigars only)
*Rocky Patel Broadleaf...
Got these by mistake, ordering online. I do not like the larger gauge cigars.
Gurkha Doble Maduro x4
SPECS: Gurkha El Gordo Doble Maduro Herf-A-Dor Combo - Cigars International
Looking to trade mostly, for other quality hand-rolled cigars in a smaller ring gauge... something like a 52 or...
1) Discussion about handmade, long filler premium cigars, (If you don't know the difference, stick around...:)), cigar accessories, cigar humor, cigar related topics, cigar industry news, etc.
2) Keep it tasteful and be excellent to each other per NWFA guidelines.
3) Pics. Keep...