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Cigars form Nicaragua

In 1502 Christopher Columbus landed at the mouth of the Rio San Juan, the area was ruled by the caciques at that time. Some of them, such as the namesake of the country "Nicarao", cooperated with the conquistadors, but the majority of them offered resistance, as a result of which one of the "most densely populated provinces in the world" was almost depopulated. In the 19th century, Nicaragua achieved unrest-marked independence through the wars of liberation against the Spanish occupation. From the point of view of the aficionado this is so interesting that one can read the political situation in the Nicaraguan cigar production.

When a number of tobacco families emigrated to Central America at the end of the 1950s in the course of the Cuban Revolution, well-known masters such as Nestor Plasencia came to Nicaragua and began building tobacco plantations and cigar factories. In the course of social conflicts at the end of the 1970s, many tobacco producers had to emigrate again and the strict economic embargo in the USA, which led to economic bottlenecks, did not revive Nicaraguan cigar production until the beginning of the 1990s.

Nicaragua is one of the medium-sized Central American countries between the Caribbean and the Pacific, whose impressive and varied natural beauty has already cast a spell over many visitors. A chain of volcanoes extends from north to south along the Pacific coast, which has led to the nickname "Land of a Thousand Volcanoes". In the east the Miskito area extends to the north. This rainforest area ends in the south at the Rio San Juan, a river that rises in Lake Nicaragua and forms the border with Costa Rica. The best and most famous tobacco growing areas in Nicaragua - the Jalapa - and Condegatal extend north of the capital Managua in the provinces of Esteli and Nueva Segovia to the Honduran border. The famous Pan America leads part of this idyllic volcanic area. The prevailing tropical climate with its rainy and dry periods in combination with the volcanic rock and mineral soils create excellent conditions for tobacco cultivation and can compete with the Cuban Vuelta Abajo.

The many cigar brands from Nicaragua offer an extensive range that surpasses that of the Cuban ones. In the region around Esteli you will find some of the most famous cigar manufacturers in the country, such as the Drew Estate brand. One of the most knowledgeable protagonists of the cigar business, Nestor Plasencia, who is involved in the production of the most popular Nicaraguan cigars, also comes from here.

In 1502 Christopher Columbus landed at the mouth of the Rio San Juan , the area was ruled by the caciques at that time. Some of them, such as the namesake of the country "Nicarao" ,... read more »
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Cigars form Nicaragua

In 1502 Christopher Columbus landed at the mouth of the Rio San Juan, the area was ruled by the caciques at that time. Some of them, such as the namesake of the country "Nicarao", cooperated with the conquistadors, but the majority of them offered resistance, as a result of which one of the "most densely populated provinces in the world" was almost depopulated. In the 19th century, Nicaragua achieved unrest-marked independence through the wars of liberation against the Spanish occupation. From the point of view of the aficionado this is so interesting that one can read the political situation in the Nicaraguan cigar production.

When a number of tobacco families emigrated to Central America at the end of the 1950s in the course of the Cuban Revolution, well-known masters such as Nestor Plasencia came to Nicaragua and began building tobacco plantations and cigar factories. In the course of social conflicts at the end of the 1970s, many tobacco producers had to emigrate again and the strict economic embargo in the USA, which led to economic bottlenecks, did not revive Nicaraguan cigar production until the beginning of the 1990s.

Nicaragua is one of the medium-sized Central American countries between the Caribbean and the Pacific, whose impressive and varied natural beauty has already cast a spell over many visitors. A chain of volcanoes extends from north to south along the Pacific coast, which has led to the nickname "Land of a Thousand Volcanoes". In the east the Miskito area extends to the north. This rainforest area ends in the south at the Rio San Juan, a river that rises in Lake Nicaragua and forms the border with Costa Rica. The best and most famous tobacco growing areas in Nicaragua - the Jalapa - and Condegatal extend north of the capital Managua in the provinces of Esteli and Nueva Segovia to the Honduran border. The famous Pan America leads part of this idyllic volcanic area. The prevailing tropical climate with its rainy and dry periods in combination with the volcanic rock and mineral soils create excellent conditions for tobacco cultivation and can compete with the Cuban Vuelta Abajo.

The many cigar brands from Nicaragua offer an extensive range that surpasses that of the Cuban ones. In the region around Esteli you will find some of the most famous cigar manufacturers in the country, such as the Drew Estate brand. One of the most knowledgeable protagonists of the cigar business, Nestor Plasencia, who is involved in the production of the most popular Nicaraguan cigars, also comes from here.

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