The tobacco leaf is stripped and then separated and categorized into various mounds that make up the three different parts of a cigar: filler, binder and wrapper.
The filler leaves are combined together with exactly enough tobacco to complete a cigar. Once the filler is combined together, it is hand rolled into a binder to hold the filler together and form a bunch.
The cigar is then put in the mold and pressed from one side to the other to form its even, rounded shape.
The binder is now hand rolled into the smooth wrapper the gives the cigar a sleek, smooth look.
Once the cigar roller's process is complete, the cigar undergoes our quality control. The cigar is inspected for approval as a premium cigar. This means that every cigar made by Pacific Cigars will be well constructed, has properly aged tobaccos and features almost identical wrapper colors.