My technique has changed, and I haven't made a video about that yet. I do more of a traditional single cap now, which requires quite a lot of technique and practice and several cuts to get the head to close properly. I will get around to a video someday.Bliss, I watched a 2016 vid of you capping a torpedo. Did you use roughly the same technique for the cigar you just posted or do you have an update I haven't found yet?
I won't lie, a hemispheric cigar head does give me a certain feeling.I suppose that, because this series is based on a Blissblend, I eventually stumbled, completely by accident, upon a hemispherical head similar to those which he fabricates regularly. But then, because I ain't him, I inadvertently folded back a bit of flag like a suit coat lapel:
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All in all, I long for the eyes of my youth, when I was able to make what I envisioned. Can't even properly edge a tool these days, cause I can't see the flat on the edge.
That's pretty big.Here's one I rolled while on Christmas vacation...View attachment 157317View attachment 157318
Its core is corojo seco, viso , ligero, bound in Nic habano seco. Wrapped it with a criollo wrapper.
After getting past the part that wasn't pressed, the flavors came together nicely. Before that there was just pepper...
This cigar is really much bigger than anything I normally smoke...and its only 46x6.5ish...