Shade Grown

Originally grown out of Connecticut, U.S.A, using sheets of cloth to shade the plants, causing the leaves to be more mild in profile.

The Connecticut plants were taken to other countries after realizing the potential of it, most turned out to be sub-par to it’s original counterpart. With the exception of Ecuador, where due to the climate and growing region, eliminated the need for cloth. Ecuador produces a stronger, richer, end product.

Shade Grown tobacco is known for it's smooth and buttery complexation. Typically bursting with notes of cream, ceder, cashews, and butter with a smooth retrohale.

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