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Cigars from Cuba

Cuba is probably the most famous and best-known country in the world among those countries known for their cigar production. From here come i.a. the world-famous brands Cohiba, Montecristo, Partagas, , Romeo y Julieta and Trinidad. When Christopher Columbus made his way to India in 1492, he discovered the Caribbean island and later brought tobacco consumption to Europe. Since the beginning of the 19th century, Cuban cigars have not only been the ultimate for European aficionados but also all over the world. The Cuban capital is called Habana in Spanish, hence the name Habanos for Cuban cigars. Compared to cigars from other countries of origin such as the Dominican Republic or Nicaragua, Cuban cigars are generally stronger.

The geology of Cuba in connection with the prevailing climate offer ideal conditions for tobacco cultivation and cigar production. The Vuelta Abajo in western Cuba is probably the world's most famous tobacco growing area, where the best tobaccos for the finest long fillers grow. Tobacco experts and cigar smokers agree on one thing: the cradle of the best tobacco is in the westernmost province of Cuba - in Pinar del Rio. The diverse flora and fauna as well as the natural beauty are one of the reasons why parts of the province are classified as worthy of protection by UNESCO. The soils in Pinar del Rio consist of copper-red clay, the climate is humid, and it rains regularly with an annual average temperature between 26°C and 27°C. The plantation area in Pinar del Rio is around 100,000 hectares, with the average area of a plantation that also known as La Vega is around 150 hectares in size. Among the best-known Vegas is that of Hoyo de Monterrey, on which filler tobacco is usually grown, and that of El Corojo, which is used for its wrapper leaves.

Cuba is probably the most famous and best-known country in the world among those countries known for their cigar production . From here come i.a. the world-famous brands Cohiba ,... read more »
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Cigars from Cuba

Cuba is probably the most famous and best-known country in the world among those countries known for their cigar production. From here come i.a. the world-famous brands Cohiba, Montecristo, Partagas, , Romeo y Julieta and Trinidad. When Christopher Columbus made his way to India in 1492, he discovered the Caribbean island and later brought tobacco consumption to Europe. Since the beginning of the 19th century, Cuban cigars have not only been the ultimate for European aficionados but also all over the world. The Cuban capital is called Habana in Spanish, hence the name Habanos for Cuban cigars. Compared to cigars from other countries of origin such as the Dominican Republic or Nicaragua, Cuban cigars are generally stronger.

The geology of Cuba in connection with the prevailing climate offer ideal conditions for tobacco cultivation and cigar production. The Vuelta Abajo in western Cuba is probably the world's most famous tobacco growing area, where the best tobaccos for the finest long fillers grow. Tobacco experts and cigar smokers agree on one thing: the cradle of the best tobacco is in the westernmost province of Cuba - in Pinar del Rio. The diverse flora and fauna as well as the natural beauty are one of the reasons why parts of the province are classified as worthy of protection by UNESCO. The soils in Pinar del Rio consist of copper-red clay, the climate is humid, and it rains regularly with an annual average temperature between 26°C and 27°C. The plantation area in Pinar del Rio is around 100,000 hectares, with the average area of a plantation that also known as La Vega is around 150 hectares in size. Among the best-known Vegas is that of Hoyo de Monterrey, on which filler tobacco is usually grown, and that of El Corojo, which is used for its wrapper leaves.

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