CAO

Many casual smokers are shocked to realize how much work goes into making a single smokeable cigar. This is a simple explanation for a complicated process with many variables, but essentially, this is how it works: It starts with the tobacco fields of Nicaragua, Honduras, the Dominican Republic and, of course, Cuba. The tobacco is harvested and cured. A cigar has three parts that all come together in the hand-rolling process: filler, binder and wrapper. The filler is the “bunched” tobacco inside the cigar. The filler can either be “short” or “long,” depending on the quality of the cigar.

BraziliaLength / GuageBox Count
Amazon20Single$9.00

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Amazon20Box$162.00

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Gol!5 x 5620Single$6.80

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Gol!5 x 5620Box$122.50

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El PilonLength / GuageBox Count
Churchill7 x 4820Single$8.50

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Churchill7 x 4820Box$153.00

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Robusto Extra5 x 5220Single$7.80

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Robusto Extra5 x 5220Box$140.50

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Corona5 1/2 x 4420Single$7.10

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Corona5 1/2 x 4420Box$128.00

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FlatheadLength / GuageBox Count
Carb6 x 6024Single$10.00

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Carb6 x 6024Box$216.00

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Big Block7 x 7024Single$11.00

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Big Block7 x 7024Box$238.00

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