4 things you should know about the aging of cigars

Posted by RRCShop Team on 5/29/2021
4 things you should know about the aging of cigars
The issue of cigar aging is complex and seems to have no end. However, it is worth remembering that, before the hands of the craftsman (torcedor/twister) make the cigar, each of the leaves that will be put together to form it, has gone through an aging process of at least two years.

Learning about tobaccos (8)

Posted by RRCShop Team on 5/15/2021
Learning about tobaccos (8)

Tobacco aging process

The third and last process to which tobacco is subjected after harvest is aging. In this stage, a complex ecological transformation takes place which, under certain conditions of temperature and humidity, changes the physical and chemical characteristics and significantly improves the aroma and flavor of the tobacco leaves.

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