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How is a Cigar Different From a Cigarette?

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  • How is a Cigar Different From a Cigarette?

    For tax purcigarposes, the Department of Treasury defines cigars as "any roll of tobacco wrapped in leaf tobacco or in any substance containing tobacco" while a cigarette is defined as"any roll of tobacco wrapped in paper or in any substance not containing tobacco."
    Cigarettes are relatively uniform in size and appearance and contain less than one gram of tobacco each. Cigars, on the other hand, vary considerably in size, from the size of a cigarette to more than 7 inches long. Large cigars typically contain between 5 and 17 grams of tobacco.
    cigaretteIt is not unusual for some premium cigars to contain the tobacco equivalent of an entire pack of cigarettes. Large cigars can take between one and two hours to smoke, whereas most cigarettes on the U.S. market take less than 10 minutes to smoke.

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    Ok then

    Thanks for sharing

    I know it must feel better to have all of that off your chest


    what up with the random post bro
    When it's my time to go, I want to die peacefully in my sleep, like my uncle did....... Not screaming in terror like his passengers