Concluding our coverage of Cigar Fest 2009, here is some footage from the NUB booth. You can see Sam Leccia rolling a NUB Maduro including patching a wrapper, some fans presenting Sam with a wood carving and Sam rewarding them with a few NUB cigars that you can’t buy and carry his own personal label.
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Herfin’ Heads: Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Muestra de Saka Nacatamale
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Dan O’Brien Plays the Cigar Box Guitar at Sir Stogies
One of the most amazing aspects of a local Mom & Pop Cigar Shop is the family-like atmosphere that develops with the regulars. Guys (and Gals) from all walks of life come in, sit down, and talk while enjoying a cigar. Before long, the chatter goes from simple small talk to asking how each other’s […]
8 thoughts on “NUB Coverage”
Great video Walt. Awesome to see Sam use your table 🙂
Great video. I have a question. Does the main body of the cigar come preconstructed by machine and then the wrapper is hand rolled?
Sweet video guys! Sam is a cool dude.
Walt, the table is kickass!
That was a sweet gift presented to Sam!
So that is the correct way to patch a cigar! Cool.
Didn’t I see that rolling table at IKEA? 😉
Looks like you boys had a good time.
That’s Great stuff!
Really enjoy watching these video’s.Show you that this is really a Brotherhood!
Nothing is made by machine. I either make the pre-bunched and binded cigars prior to my events or I have them made in Nicaragua. The bunching and binding is all done by hand, but they need to stay in a mold for about an hour. To save time and to get more people fresh rolled cigars, I have this step done ahead of time. They are wrapped in paper to keep their shape.