Cuban blend Two glorious varieties destined to meet under the revolutionary sun of Cuba: Habanos wraps the rude Cuban Piloto in a precious wrap, a harmonious exchange of tones like a Wilfredo Lam work.
Dominican blend The renowned Dominican Ligero Criollo, used both as a filler and as a wrapper in the most popular cigars, dominates the scene. The Piloto accompanies and strengthens proudly, but gracefully. A sunny, sweet blend, rich in nuances for trained palates.
“Ligero” is a word that defines the tall and more sun-exposed foliage of the Habanos plant, second in quality only to the very rare Medio Tiempo. From here the wrap of the most prestigious Davidoff varieties is obtained. The intensity is of such an impact that the typical aromatic "gentleness" of cigarettes will be only a distant memory.
Coming from a rare Pennsylvania crop and treated with the "dark fire" method, a very slow and partial smoking system whose origins date back more than two centuries ago, this refined delicacy gives a completely unexpected dimension to a generous tobacco like Burley. Don't look for him, he will find you.
Aroma Mata Fina Raw The Brazilian chameleon of the wrappers, enjoys confusing, misleading, deceiving with its infinite aromatic ensemble: a floral puff, the next with acidic tones, then a sudden woody dryness and a sprinkling of spices. And then, who knows.
Native to the island of Java, Besuky is an Indonesian tobacco with thin leaves and typically poor in veins. Used as a binder or wrapper, the strongly vegetal and fresh scent in inspiration defines its originality and uniqueness, giving that exotic and variegated accent to a particularly rich aromatic bouquet.