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Oscuro Wrapper Cigars

Oscuro wrapper cigars owe their beauty to the glow of the sun. Oscuro meaning "dark" in Spanish, is not a type of tobacco seed but rather a term used for the processes to make the tobacco leaves darker. Oscuro leaves are gotten from the topmost part of the plant and are the most exposed to sunlight. This exposure makes them darker than even the Maduro leaves after fermentation. Sometimes, the growers leave them for 50% longer than the rest before harvest. Hence, Oscuro wrapper cigars are sometimes called "Medio Tiempo", meaning "half-time". They begin to cure while still attached to the plant because of the extended period they spend on the plant.

Growers subject Oscuro to a long and intense fermentation process after harvest. The fermentation time is typically shorter with a lower temperature than typical Maduro. They undergo an aging process in bales and barrels where they acquire an almost black color. These intense and time-consuming processes make them rare to find. The resulting wrapper is darker, thicker, richer, and sweeter in flavor. The darkest wrapper you can ever find! If you are a lover of strong cigars, Oscuro wrapper cigars should be in your humidor; they are very powerful! Tobacco leaves such as Nicaraguan Habano, Mexican San Andres, Brazilian Mata Fine, and Connecticut Broadleaf can all be processed into Oscuro.

The full-bodied, well-balanced experience and unique flavor notes produced by these wrappers are seen in La Flor Dominicana Ligero Cabinet Oscuro, Davidoff Winston Churchill The Late Hour, and Fuente Fuente Opus X Oro Oscuro cigars. Get immersed in the full power of Oscuro from our cigar collection. Try Oscuro wrapper cigars today! Learn about all cigar wrappers, and try them all. Explore all of our handmade cigars! You may also return to the homepage.

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