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Cigar

A cigar is a rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco leaves, and made to be smoked. They are produced in a wide variety of sizes and shapes to be smoked. Since the 20th century, most all cigars are made up of three distinct components; the first being the tobacco itself which fills the center. The second is a binder leaf which holds the filler together. Finally there is the outer wrapper, which is rolled around the binder to complete the cigar, this is often printed with the cigar companies’ logo. These components make up the cigar and enable its smoker to enjoy the tobacco easily.

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American regions

Regions where cigars are grown in America.

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South America

Regions where cigars are grown in South America.

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Asian regions

Places where cigars are grown in Asia.

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African Region

Places where cigars are grown in Africa.

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Caribbean Region

Places where cigars are grown in this region

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Central American Region

Places where cigars are grown in Central America.

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