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Ecuador Connecticut Wrapper Cigars

Just as the Connecticut Shade seeds come from Cuba, the Connecticut Ecuador wrapper seeds originated from Connecticut. The Connecticut tobacco seeds were taken to Ecuador in the early 1970s. Here, the clouds of Ecuador serve as a natural sun ray filter to produce thin, delicate leaves characteristic of this wrapper. Most of these oily thin veined leaves come from Quevedo, a volcanic region in Ecuador with soil rich in ash nutrients and balanced pH. These conditions make the crop yield large, broad leaves. Its ideal time of harvest is July to late December. This makes the leaves take a shorter time to ferment after being cured in barns. Try Ecuador Connecticut wrapper cigars today!

The darker silky tan-colored wrappers are richer than the conventional Connecticut Shade. They are creamier and sweeter with lukewarm notes of cedar, dark coffee, leather, and some hints of pepper. Its neutral taste makes it suitable for any blend. The shiny wrapper burns smoothly and produces mild to medium smoke with white ash. This makes it an excellent choice for newer smokers who wish to experience something different. The ease of handling with the longer growing season, cheaper land, and lower labor cost in Ecuador makes it a more attractive alternative than the more expensive Connecticut Shade.

The Connecticut Ecuador wrapper complements high-quality cigars from popular brands. These include Davidoff Grand Cru, La Flor Dominica Reserva Especial, and NUB Connecticut. Ecuador Connecticut has created a middle ground for cigar smokers who want a mild but complex flavor profile. Surf through our expansive collection to enjoy the richness of Ecuador Connecticut. Learn about all cigar wrappers, and try them all. Explore all of our handmade cigars! Lastly, you may also return to the homepage.

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