cigar always consists of a cylinder made of half-tobacco leaves from which
the central vein or stem has been removed. The half-leaves are placed
parallel to one another and packed to form a sausage shape that is even
in density all along its length or filler.This
sausage is then wrapped in a broad leaf that is fleshy and fairly strong;
this is known as the "binder" and holds the cigar in shape;
the result is known as a "bunch". This bunch is created on a
work-table by manual dexterity alone.