Are all Machine Made cigars made with homogenize tobacco by-products like paper?
Absolutely not! There are four basic types of machine made cigars. The first type being the closest to a hand made cigar at a much lower price. Type A: Using natural leaf tobacco for the wrapper, binder and long filler. Type B: Using natural leaf tobacco for the wrapper, binder and short filler ( a blend of small pieces of leaf tobacco). Type C: Using natural leaf tobacco for the wrapper and a homogenize tobacco by-product for the binder with short filler. Type D: Using a homogenize tobacco by-product for the wrapper and binder with short filler. • Why do some hand made cigars burn uneven or are hard to draw? Answer: These two problems are common with a product that is totally depended on the human element to produce a perfect cigar every time. Perfect and every time are words that are almost impossible to achieve in any industry. When a cigar burns uneven the problem could be that it was not lit properly. You must make sure when lighting that the entire end of the cigar is lit all the