Fancy style with cigars

A cigar is a tightly rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco which is ignited so that its smoke may be drawn into the mouth. The cigar is a common symbol of wealth, power, and sophistication. Cigars are considered to have a higher class compared to ordinary cigarettes. Until now, cigars still maintain a strong elegant image.


There are two main types of cigars: the first is made with a single type of tobacco, called "puros," and the second is made with a blend of different types of tobacco, called "blends." Puros are typically made in Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and other countries in Central and South America, while blends are more common in the United States and other countries.


Cigars are made from the leaves of the tobacco plant, which are harvested and then cured through a process of drying and fermentation. After the tobacco leaves have been cured, they are sorted by color, type, and quality. The best leaves are reserved for the outer layers of the cigar, while the lower-quality leaves are used for the inner layers.


To make a cigar, the tobacco leaves are first peeled from the stalks and then carefully rolled into a cylindrical shape. The cigar is then wrapped in a tobacco leaf or a piece of paper to hold it together.


There are a variety of cigar sizes and shapes, including the classic "corona" shape and the larger "Churchill" shape. The size of a cigar is measured by its length and its diameter, which is called the "ring gauge."


Cigars are often enjoyed by smoking them slowly over a while, sometimes lasting for an hour or more. They are typically enjoyed after a meal, with a glass of brandy or whiskey, and are considered a leisurely and luxurious activity.