Re: roller grades
Originally Posted by Matt R
I would agree on the piramides, salamones, etc. but, I recently read somewhere that the smaller, slender vitolas are harder to roll than the double coronas and churchills because of the need for a more precise blending and for the construction to allow for the smaller ring gauge yet still have a good draw. How's that for a run-on sentence?
Has anybody ever smoked or disse4cted a Cohiba Panetela?
It's 4 1/2" by 26, and It's ALL long filler, and quite nicely rolled BTW. Yup, I think that's some craftsmanship that went into that cigar.
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