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Video / Great technique for wrapping a perfecto.

MarcL

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I don't know for sure, maybe we should ask Bob or Knucklehead? I thought it meant leaves put into a Lieberman Buncher, or at least style wise. Maybe it's a bunch of entubado tubes?
Yes, a bunch.
I think it's, 1.5 Jalapa seco base, 3 Piloto viso accordion, 1 Mata Fina ligero tubed. 1 Sumatra binder. Corojo wrapper.

it's a binding method.

Estrujado method. Gathering leafs.1 ligero, 1 viso, turn bunch, 1 viso, 1 seco, turn, 1 seco, 2 binders.
 

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He said the molds were made in Pennsylvania, I live in Pennsylvania, man I would love to have one of them. Wonder where they are made? I know quite a few of us would love these perfecto style molds, we should do some digging and find out who is making them and if any could be had.
 

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Tried to get one of them several years ago. Sounded like they were out of business. Are they back at it now?
 

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Several years ago, that business experienced a catastrophic fire that consumed everything. If I recall correctly, the fire occurred at right about the time that cigar manufacturers suddenly stopped offering their old and worn cigar molds for sale through various vendors.

Bob
 
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