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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Mix-Filler Small Cigars Explained

The subject of mix-filler small cigars has been a subject of discussion for many; some claim it to be less than enjoyable. To explain is simple, the use of cuttings after a full-length cigar has been made, is how the tobaccos to be used is achieved.

The next step is to select a wrapper to compliment the mix-fillers, to assure a consistent small cigar in taste. This manufacturing procedure has been in place for hundreds of years, and all manufacturers, package this product, in very convenient and attractive units, with a company logo shown very proudly.

A mix-filler cigar is usually very mild, and is for that time of day when a large cigar would take far to long to enjoy, and time constraints are a problem. They remain, as always, a great product, made well, and a pleasant smoke any time of day.

By Al Remp, product specialist and trainer, Thompson Cigar.

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