Although smoking is prohibited at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport other than designated rooms, watching a Cuban cigar rolling demonstration however is greatly encouraged. It’s not very often you meet a Cuban in person much less an opportunity to see one roll their famous cigar. Curious and seeking opportunity to see this man roll, I stopped by not once but twice in between our Tourism Malaysia itinerary and actually had a conversation on my second attempt. He whose name has now escaped me answered my questions and explained as he bunched up the leaves, trimmed, rolled and cut. Other attractions in KLIA that rolled off my tongue in ways that only can be best described as mouth-watering are the satay at the Satay Club!
A cigar is a tobacco leaf wrapped around a tobacco leaf filling. Bigger than a cigarette, and taking longer to smoke, the cigar is considered by aficionados to be the finest way to enjoy tobacco.
A cigar is a tobacco leaf wrapped around a tobacco leaf filling. Bigger than a cigarette, and taking longer to smoke, the cigar is considered by aficionados to be the finest way to enjoy tobacco.The principle raw material of the cigar is the leaf of the tobacco plan (Nicotiana tabacum).The tobacco plant grows in many climates, but the finest cigar tobacco is grown in Cuba, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic. [More information: How cigar is made]
MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION BOARD Unit 1.14 – 1.15, First Floor, The Rizqun International Hotel
Gadong BE3519, Negara Brunei Darussalam
Tel: 673-2381575 / 673-2381576 | Fax: 673-2381584
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