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Cigars from Brasil

Brazil stands for liveliness and diversity, be it football, the colorful carnival in Rio de Janeiro or the natural paradises of the Amazon. However, very few people think of cigars when they hear the name Brazil - the largest country in South America. But this is completely wrong, since settlers from Europe established tobacco cultivation here as early as the colonial days. For a long time, only cheap machine-made cigars reached the local market and still shape Brazil's image as a tobacco producer.

From Grandpa's times we only know the distinction between Brazil and Sumatra, at that time almost all machine-made cigars were basically divided into a light (Sumatra) and a dark (Brazil) variant. This division has been preserved to this day, but hand-rolled long filler cigars have gained the upper hand over short fillers. In this country, there are now more and more Brazilian cigar series of hand-rolled long filler cigars available, which are increasingly appreciated by aficionados.

The main cultivation area in Brazil is in the Regiao Nordeste, the tip of the country that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean in the northeast. It is a melting pot of the most diverse cultures of former colonial masters, former slaves from Africa and the Brazilian natives. All the different influences from which modern Brazil emerged and which shape it to this day are in lively exchange with one another in a very small space. The city of Arapiraca became famous as a tobacco growing area. It is located in the middle of the state of Alagoas, which is dominated by sugar cane plantations, which earned it the nickname “municipio do fumo” - “city of smoke”.

This is where the wrapper leaves are of excellent quality, which are characterized by their fine structure and light flavor. Those from the region Bahia, the province south of Alagoas, are stronger in taste. There is also the Mata Fina area, the region's tobacco products enjoy an excellent reputation and are among the most expensive in the world.

Brazil stands for liveliness and diversity , be it football , the colorful carnival in Rio de Janeiro or the natural paradises of the Amazon . However, very few people think of... read more »
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Cigars from Brasil

Brazil stands for liveliness and diversity, be it football, the colorful carnival in Rio de Janeiro or the natural paradises of the Amazon. However, very few people think of cigars when they hear the name Brazil - the largest country in South America. But this is completely wrong, since settlers from Europe established tobacco cultivation here as early as the colonial days. For a long time, only cheap machine-made cigars reached the local market and still shape Brazil's image as a tobacco producer.

From Grandpa's times we only know the distinction between Brazil and Sumatra, at that time almost all machine-made cigars were basically divided into a light (Sumatra) and a dark (Brazil) variant. This division has been preserved to this day, but hand-rolled long filler cigars have gained the upper hand over short fillers. In this country, there are now more and more Brazilian cigar series of hand-rolled long filler cigars available, which are increasingly appreciated by aficionados.

The main cultivation area in Brazil is in the Regiao Nordeste, the tip of the country that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean in the northeast. It is a melting pot of the most diverse cultures of former colonial masters, former slaves from Africa and the Brazilian natives. All the different influences from which modern Brazil emerged and which shape it to this day are in lively exchange with one another in a very small space. The city of Arapiraca became famous as a tobacco growing area. It is located in the middle of the state of Alagoas, which is dominated by sugar cane plantations, which earned it the nickname “municipio do fumo” - “city of smoke”.

This is where the wrapper leaves are of excellent quality, which are characterized by their fine structure and light flavor. Those from the region Bahia, the province south of Alagoas, are stronger in taste. There is also the Mata Fina area, the region's tobacco products enjoy an excellent reputation and are among the most expensive in the world.

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