Occasionally I come across a cigar that is rolled so tight, I can not smoke it. It has no "draw." What can be done, if anything, to get it to smoke?
My policy is to fling 'em and start over with a new cigar. But I have heard good things about the draw tool called PerfecDraw.
I use a 6" - 3/32 drill bit
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It'll be fine once the swelling goes down.
Unroll it, and roll it up again.
Next time, make sure your filler isn't too damp.
Also, don't let the filler twist when you roll.
Beginner mistake. Happened to the best of us.
Well, maybe except for Fumador. He's got the golden hands.
Thanks for your reply. But j know nothing about how to roll a cigar. All my smokes are bought.
Yeah, I was just pullin his leg.
Look, if your blunt draws too tight, then unroll it and loosen your bud. There's a reason they come all damp in a foil pouch.
But, seriously, I'm with Bob Luken on this one ... chuck it.
not me, I suffer through them. But I'm the heathen of the group; been known to relight a cigar 7 or 8 times too, sometimes out of the ashtray the next morning.
"Hot Box" = Dry Box to most. It can help.
Thanks to all. I have ordered a "Prefect Draw" tool. This should solve my problem.
Again, thanks for your input.
I used to use this in my earlier days. But have since adapted to using a 5/64" x 6.00" with a 135 degree drill bit point angle. I've found this extra steep angle with the smaller bore, provides the perfect venturi effect thus, a perfect draw, vs over-boring to 3/32".