Humidity is a great catalyst in the agriculture of premium cigar tobacco. Just as
important, is the ground that the leaves are grown from and cultivated. Cigar tobacco
takes a lot of attention from the planting to the caring in growth to when it's finally
picked. Certain countries have the ideal climate for growing tobacco. Cuba was the
premier country as the soil was rich in minerals and the humidity was often above
70% making for a flavorful leaf and a distinct taste when used in premium cigars.
For cigar rollers in the cigar factories of that time were making what would become
the most famous cigar product in history. Later on the Dominican Republic began to
make tobacco its main export and while Cuba was repressed, the Dominican economy
thrived on its new main export, just a few miles north of Cuba is the Dominican Republic
in the town of Tamboril where the Dominican tobacco is marketed and sold.
Dominican premium handrolled cigars are now the most sought-after and respected cigars
in the world.