Cuba, March 1992: Torcedores (cigar rollers) , rolling cigars in La Corona, The largest cigar factory in Havana. In 1966, Fidel Castro decided that women should enter into the aristrocracy of the Torcedores. A Torcedor in his life learns how to roll one to maximum of three different size of cigars. The fastest Torcedores can roll upto 110 cigars per day.
Cuba, March 1992: Torcedores (cigar rollers) , rolling cigars in La Corona, The largest cigar factory in Havana. In 1966, Fidel Castro decided that women should enter into the aristrocracy of the Torcedores. A Torcedor in his life learns how to roll one to maximum of three different size of cigars. The fastest Torcedores can roll upto 110 cigars per day.
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