Learning about tobaccos (7)

Posted by RRCShop Team on 4/30/2021
Learning about tobaccos (7)
Tobacco fermentation process.   
The second process that tobacco undergoes after harvest is fermentation. At this stage, the biochemical and physical properties of tobacco are altered by enzymatic transformations that eliminate ammonia compounds, responsible for the flavor and acidity of smoke, and destroy harmful bacteria, microorganisms and molds, present in tobacco. 

Learning about tobaccos (6)

Posted by RRCShop Team on 4/17/2021
Learning about tobaccos (6)
Tobacco Curing Process 
Returning to the broad topic of the leaves, which we discussed in a previous text, we will now focus on the first of the three processes -curing, fermentation and aging- that take place once the harvest is over. 

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