Natural Wrapper Cigars - Cigar Country
imagenes fondo

Natural Wrapper Cigars

Natural wrapper cigars are light-colored as they are gotten from the lower part of the tobacco plants with reduced sun exposure. Their fermentation process is less cumbersome. These give them their light golden tan to darkish brown color and mild nuttier taste. These fine delicate thin-leaved wrappers range in flavor determined by the seed type, binder, filler, climate, soil, and processing. Connecticut Shade, Habano, and Corojo are some of the major types of natural wrappers. Connecticut Shade seeds are grown under cheesecloth in the Connecticut River Valley. The result of this process is an oily golden-blond wrapper with rich, subtly sweet, and refined flavor after curing and aging processes. No other wrapper can deliver such sweetness and richness. Such is true of classics such as Davidoff, Padron, Montecristo, Macanudo, Oliva, H. Upmann, and many other premium cigars.

Natural wrapper cigars from Habano seeds deliver a rich but mostly spicy flavor. This is seen in cigars from Ecuador and Nicaragua. It has a complex profile of cedar notes, lush figs, cinnamon, and coffee beans. The full-bodied experience it delivers can be witnessed in Ashton Symmetry. Corojo is darker than Connecticut Shade. It is reddish-brown, oily, and silky. It has a complex earthy, and spicy profile. It generally delivers a powerful medium to full-bodied experience. It exists in dozens of hybrids which adds to its complexity. This can be seen with La Aurora Preferidos 1903 Edition Corojo.

The oily sheen and subtle taste of the Natural wrapper cigars is what attracts cigar enthusiasts to them. Browse through our collection to enjoy the richness of nature. Learn about all cigar wrappers, and try them all. Explore all of our handmade cigars! You may also return to the homepage.

Read More

237 Cigars