Florida Tobacco Shop Releases a Guide to Understanding the Anatomy of a Cigar

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The guide discusses the parts of a cigar, how cigars are wrapped and the tobacco is grown, and more.

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The cigar making process begins when plants are started indoors where they spend from eight to 10 weeks germinating. Replanted in fields, plants develop for several months which gives them time to mature and develop their signature aromas.

Florida Tobacco Shop has announced the release of their most recent article: Understanding the Anatomy of a Cigar. The article breaks down the components and origin of cigars.

According to the Florida Tobacco Shop, “The cigar making process begins when plants are started indoors where they spend from eight to 10 weeks germinating. Replanted in fields, plants develop for several months which gives them time to mature and develop their signature aromas.”

The article provides thorough insight on the processing and stripping so one can get a sense of what goes into their cigar.

To learn more about the anatomy of a cigar use, view the article here.

About Florida Tobacco Shop:

FloridaTobaccoShop.com is an online retail store with years of experience in the tobacco industry, our main goal is to provide our clients with the lowest prices, and best service possible. We carry all major brands like Swisher Sweets, Black & Mild, White Owl, Wrangler, and much more. We also specialize in Little Cigars and Filtered Cigars as well as Cigarette Papers. We ship via USPS and UPS to all states including Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Alaska.

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