HANDMADE CIGARS WITH PASSION IN ESTELÍ, NICARAGUA
WHAT IS YOUR TASTE?
THE ROLLING PROCEDURE
The oldest, most labor intensive, but best method for “bunching” cigars is the “entubar” method. This process involves rolling up to eight separate tubes of filler tobacco each forming a separate channel for smoke to pass through.
Then, these tubes, which resemble swizzle sticks, are tightly rolled within the binder and wrapper. The creation of these many “smoke channels” allows the roller to draw the binder and wrapper much tighter around the bunch than would be possible with the standard Book Filler method. The entubar method creates an incredibly dense, slow burning cigar that draws incredibly easy, and captures all of the blends optimal flavors.
Only a handful of top manufacturers employ this style.