The amount of air drawn through a lit cigar. A hot draw is one that is too easy and suggests the cigar has been rolled too lightly and will burn unevenly and more furiously. A plugged draw indicates the tobacco has been rolled too tight, making it difficult if not impossible to smoke. The perfect draw speaks for itself.

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