fine-cut

fine-cut

adj
(Brewing) (of tobacco) finely cut or shredded
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Summary: It has 60,000 fine-cut crystals and made over five months.
It also produces fine-cut tobacco and sells tobacco-related accessories.
Tobacco cutter, "designed to cut and divide soft substances, and particularly for the purpose of reducing the common plug or manufactured tobacco to the form of fine-cut." Identified by William Evans, St.
The new product will replace Tillamook's fine-cut shredded cheese line and contains no cellulose preservatives.
Since May last year, 500 inspections of excise goods have been performed, 102 violations have been discovered and over 4,000 liters of alcoholic beverages, 14 kg of fine-cut tobacco and 140 cigarette packs have been seized.
A fine-cut tension exercise that eventually ignites into a fullblown home-invasion thriller, "Disorder" is a sharp, slinky change of pace from Winocour's 2012's porcelain-textured debut, costumer "Augustine," given backbone by Matthias Schoenaerts' tightly wound performance as a PTSD-afflicted ex-soldier hired to protect Diane Kruger's corporate trophy wife.
Imperial brands include Davidoff, West, Gauloises Blondes, Montecristo, Golden Virginia (the world's largest-selling hand rolling tobacco), Drum (the world's second-largest-selling fine-cut tobacco) and Rizla (the world's best-selling rolling paper).
The company said fine-cut tobacco was more popular as cost-conscious smokers rolled their own.
Victoria Crawford, who works in Fine-Cut Hairdressing, said: "It was a landmark for Dunston that will no longer be, you either loved it or hated it but it served its purpose to the community."
And in the UK it has seen strong demand for its value brands, including JPS and Windsor Blue, and a rise in demand for fine-cut tobacco as customers roll their own to save money.
Imperial, with cigarette brands including Lambert and Butler, West and Gauloises, said cigarette volumes rose 0.5 per cent in the last three months of 2010, while fine-cut loose tobacco and price rises boosted overall revenues by five per cent.