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The history of cigar making in Mexico dates back to the 16th century when tobacco was first introduced to the country by Spanish conquistadors. At first, cigars were made for personal use and as gifts for dignitaries, but by the late 1700s, cigar production had become a thriving industry in Mexico, especially
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in the regions surrounding Mexico City. Throughout the 19th century, Mexican cigar makers continued to refine their craft, producing cigars of varying sizes and styles. By the late 1800s, Mexican cigars had gained a reputation for quality, and exports to the United States and Europe increased. However, the Mexican Revolution of 1910, followed by the economic turmoil of the 20th century, led to a decline in the industry. Today, while still present, the cigar industry in Mexico is much smaller than in its heyday, but continues to produce cigars of high quality for both domestic and international consumption.
The history of cigar making in Mexico dates back to the 16th century when tobacco was first introduced to the country by Spanish conquistadors. At first, cigars were made for personal use and as gifts for dignitaries, but by the late 1700s, cigar production had become a thriving industry in Mexico, especially
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