Tobacco from Tanzania
Made from African dark fired Kentucky from Tanzania. This particular tobacco undergoes its fermentation in special smoke from mango timber. It takes around 30 days for it to be completed. Professionals call this type of tobacco -the “spice” has a distinct feel of vintage whiskey. The tobacco was gathered in 2012. Tanzania has its own line of flavors as well as its Original flavor.
Tobacco from Nicaragua
Made from the most potent tobacco leaf – Ligero, gathered from the best plantations in Esteli valley in Nicaragua from top tobacco manufacturer Perdomo. It has a unique taste and strong temper. The tobacco leaves undergo through 2-3 fermentations. The final fermentation undergoes its time in oak barrels. The tobacco was gathered in 2008.
Nicaragua has its own line of flavors as well as its Original flavor.
It has a mild taste of spicy dried fruits, the brightness is felt immediately, the taste range is dominated by a hint of prunes, light tobacco bitterness becomes balanced, softer with a sharp and spicy shade. Tobacco is very multifaceted, it has sourness, sweetness, spice and woodiness, thanks to natural fermentation. original flavour
Rope tobacco production in Brazil has a large and surprisingly pre-industrial tobacco industry. This tobacco gets its name from the region where it comes from. Arapiraca is a city in the northeast of Brazil in the state of Alagoas. The city is nicknamed the “Brazilian Tobacco Capital”.
A cigar leaf with natural hop extract. Exciting, complex and uplifting flavor in a unique bouquet of freshness, soft sweetness and spicy bitterness. Medium strength on Caribbean blend and High strength on Nicaragua.
A cigar leaf with natural coriander extract. Relaxing wood’n’spicy flavor with distant sweetish notes, with smooth finish of black ciabatta. Medium strength on Caribbean blend and High strength on Nicaragua.
A cigar leaf with natural thyme extract. Pleasant and tonic flavor with bright, refreshing, spicy notes. It can be compared with relaxing properties of thyme tea. Medium strength on Caribbean blend and high strength on Nicaragua.
Bloody-red and bloody-good — Sicilian Orange! Juicy, spicy, fresh and citrusy, now that’s the right WTO flavour for this summer! Go, go, and get yourself some WTO — Sicilian orange! Best enjoyed on African kentucky from Tanzania. Strength: below average on Tanzania; above average on Caribbean Blend, high on Nicaragua.
Enjoying the sun with juicy flavour of — Pomelo! In the bright, warm sun there can’t be anything better than having WTO with tropical, fresh, sweet’n’sour flavour with a delicate bitter aftertase of Pomelo fruit! Strength: above average on Caribbean blend; high on Nicaragua.