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Videos from Cigar Safari in Nicaragua (Part 4)

6 Jun 2012

Today we are sharing the sixth and seventh installments in our series of videos from our recent trip to Estelí, Nicaragua, with Drew Estate’s Cigar Safari.

In today’s first video, Steve Saka, president of Drew Estate, discusses how tobacco is prepped before it is actually made into a cigar. First, from one of Drew Estate’s tobacco storage and processing facilities, he discusses Drew Estate’s philosophy on fermenting wrapper, with the goals being taste and flavor. Then, at the Drew Estate factory, he shows how tobacco is prepared immediately before it is rolled into cigars.

In today’s second video, Steve Saka takes us onto the factory floor. There, he talks about how Drew Estate chooses to have buncheros make cigars before finally bringing us into the special humidified room where Liga Privada cigars are rolled.

We’ll resume the video coverage of our Nicaraguan adventure tomorrow. Meanwhile, you can check out our previously published coverage of the trip at your convenience. Photos are here. And for videos, please see Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.

The Stogie Guys

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