One of the highlights of going to Arthur Avenue in the Bronx is watching the cigar rollers at La Casa Grande Tobacco Company, just inside the covered market. We stood captive for what seemed like an eternity watching the rolling of the cigars. One of the gentlemen puffed on a cigar whilst making them, a testament to his skill. The leaves are cut by what looks like a rounder version of man's first tool and rolled and pressed right in front of you. And I can personally attest to the fact that they are beautifully fresh like the rest of the food at Arthur Avenue, but this time I did resist buying a lot. I don't have a humidor, and I didn't want the cigars to dry out before I had a chance to smoke them. The Company is so proud of their accomplished cigar rollers, that you can hire them to come to events and roll cigars for you. Now that would be a good birthday present.