Also known as plume, this is a naturally occurring phenomenon in which a fine white powder appears on the cigar. This is common in the cigar aging process of cigars. The oils that exude from the tobacco cause the bloom. Is sometime confused with mold, which is blue and cannot be wiped away from the cigar. Some consider bloom a sign of a well-aged cigar.
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