What’s the deal with box-pressed cigars? Sounds like the setup for a Jerry Seinfeld bit. I wish I had a funny punchline, but all I can think of is. . . they’re boxed, they’re pressed, they’re delicious! If you’ve ever smoked a really outstanding box-pressed cigar, like a Padrón 1964 Anniversary, you know what I’m talking about. Another name for these four-sided cigars that look like Jenga pieces, is “square-pressed.” After all, the box is square…the cigar is square…and yadda-yadda-yadda. In other words, the terms are interchangeable. You also have cigars that are “trunk-pressed” and “vise pressed.” There is a difference in those cases, which I’ll get to shortly. Before I get to that and how box-presse. To view the full article, please click here!
Box-Pressed Cigars – The Untold Story