The Habano you pick, the way you cut it, light it, smoke it and above all the tastes that you enjoy are your choices and yours alone. However, there are some practical points to bear in mind.
Anatomy of a Habano
It takes up to six types of tobacco leaf to make a Habano, each type specially grown and prepared for its purpose.
Applying the bands
Cigar bands were introduced in the 1860’s by Don Gustavo Bock, a European who had arrived in Havana to make his fortune in cigars.
The perfect leaf for each purpose.
Every leaf in a Habano is native Cuban Black Tobacco directly descended from the plants that Columbus first discovered here more than five hundred years ago. Two distinct forms of cultivation produce the different types of leaf required. Wrapper leaves are grown in tapado fields covered from end to end by muslin cloth. Filler and binder leaves are grown in the open, enjoying the full benefit of the Cuban sun. In each case the leaves have different characteristics at different levels of the plant, and each leaf is classified accordingly. Each leaf has its own destiny.
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