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  • The next step for cigars is the ageing room. This room is temperature and humidity controlled to make sure that the different types of tobacco ' marry' and create a more balanced smoke

  • The finished cigars are grouped into bundles of fifty and wrapped in absorbent paper allowing them the ability to breathe

  • Most factories age their cigars for at least twenty one days and some leave them in the ageing room for anywhere up to one hundred and eighty days

  • After ageing the cigars are selected for each box, checked for fine gradations in wrapper leaf colour. All cigars must be the same colour in each box

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