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There are many Las Vegas cigar places in town. Some of these Las Vegas cigar shops sell cigars from all over the world. Do you know what really goes into making cigar tobacco? In this article I'm going to walk you through the process that goes into tobacco and how it gets into a perfectly rolled cigar. Tobacco leaves before they enter a cigar have to be harvested and aged with a process that utilizes heat and shade which helps reduce the amount of sugar and water without damaging the leaves and causing them to rot. Curing is the first process used with cigar tobacco and can take anywhere between 25 and 45 days and climate is a key factor as well as the sheds or barns used to store the harvested tobacco. The desired color of the leaf is manipulated based upon the type of tobacco being used during the curing process.
After the curing process is complete the second process can be started and is called fermentation, this process will help the leaf dry slowly so that it can be grade a cigar tobacco. This process is vital and key to ensure that the leaf will still be able to ferment without rotting and or disintegrating. During this process this where the leaves get there flavor, burning and aroma essentially this is where the cigar gets it characteristics.
Once the leaves have been aged properly, they are sorted ever so carefully for use as filler or wrapper based upon their appearance and overall quality. This process is not any less tedious than the first two because the leaves still have to be continually moistened and handled carefully to ensure that each tobacco leaf is of the best qualities. The leaf will continue to be baled, inspected, un-baled, re-inspected, and baled again repeatedly as it continues in its aging cycle. When the leaf has reached its optimal maturity set forth by each individual manufacturer specs the tobacco is than ready for a cigar roller and than can be bought at you local Las Vegas cigar avenue.