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Maduro Wrapper Cigars

The word “Maduro” in Spanish means “mature” or “ripe”. This title is earned from the additional extended time required to ferment Maduro wrappers naturally. Cigars can be broadly classified into two groups based on the wrapper leaf, the Natural and the Maduro. They are often differentiated based on color, with the Natural wrappers being light brown and Maduro being dark brown. Maduro wrappers are made from heartier tobacco plants that can withstand the rigorous process of production. The time-consuming process involves using heat and moisture to ferment the tobacco naturally. The degree of darkness of the wrapper depends on the intensity of the fermentation process. The two most common wrappers processed as Maduro are Connecticut Broadleaf and San Andrés Negro.

The Maduros tend to be oilier in appearance than naturals. They also have a rich and sweet taste, with notes ranging from chocolate to peppery. However, having a dark color does not always mean strong. This is a common misconception about Maduros. The Maduro group of cigars is a spectrum, with Colorado Maduro on one end and the black Oscuro on the other end. A lot of other Maduros fall in the middle ground. Maduros wraps some of the best-known cigars. Ashton Aged Maduro, Romeo y Julieta 1875 Reserve Maduro, several Padron blends, and Arturo Fuente Anejo are some of these premium cigars that use the Maduro wrapper. Also, some brands produce a Maduro edition of some of their popular lines.

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