So occasionally I smoke Backwoods cigars while I'm drinking and enjoying snuff, or snus. They are cheap, small like cigarettes, though that is not a main selling point of mine. I enjoy large cigars moreso or all the same. However, I know that since these are cheaper imitation cigars made mainly for rerolling into cannabis, or simply for dorks who either want to inhale or puff on a crappy cigar, they contain no tobacco that is of the proper configuration to be absorbed by the oral mucosa through puffing. They are cured like cigarettes. I believe the term is fire-cured. I've looked up fire cured cigars, and yes they exist, but I have no idea if they are a marketing gimmick, a similar yet different process, or actually what I am describing.
Since at any given moment I usually have a harder hitting punch of nicotine from another product, I was curious if anyone knew of semi-premium cigars that may meet this lower-than-low nicotine standard.
Selecting a low nicotine brand may cut it, but I was specifically curious about a cigar cured in a manner that literally results in nearly zero nicotine absoprtion, that is actually a quality cigar I can enjoy.