Cuba is known worldwide as one of the countries that produce quality cigars. Cuban cigars stand out among many other cigars made in Cameroon, Mexico, Nicaragua, Honduras, Dominican Republic and Eastern United States, just to mention a few. Cuban cigars are usually rolled from tobacco leaves grown on different parts of Cuba. The wrappers, binders, and fillers are usually from Cuba or imported from other countries like Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. All Cuban cigar production is done and controlled by the government. Cuba manufactures a number of brands which are usually rolled in the different cigar factories in the country. The Torcedores, or Cuban cigar rollers, are claimed to be the most skilled rollers in the word. Therefore, it is not surprising that the Torcedores are highly respected in Cuban culture and society. In fact, they travel to different countries that produce cigars just to show them how to manufacture and roll cigars the Cuban way.

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