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Growing tobacco Search Results

Your search for Growing tobacco located the below Growing tobacco Search Results. The Growing tobacco Search Results are returned from stories published by Puff.com. Puff publishes stories covering Growing tobacco news, Cigar Reviews, Cigar News, Cigar Forums, Cigar Videos, Cigar Interviews and more!

Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...e techniques to growing tobacco as is used to grow grapes and gradually, as tobacco evolved, that terrible taste disappeared.Over the years tobacco use and the production of cigars soared both in Euro...
30-01-2009
Word count: 909
Written by: Daniel Lopez
... of the tobacco growing countries to shoot video of various factories and farms. I look forward to continuing to bring my fellow members of Puff.com the highlights of more factories in the future.  ...
18-01-2009
Word count: 190
Written by: Daniel Lopez
#...ng his dream of growing his own tobacco for his own cigars and the fact that he has his son, Jaime and family there with him. At this point, I knew that El Rey De Los Habanos was not at the peak of th...
16-01-2009
Word count: 5488
Written by: Puff Staff
#...a’s have been growing tobacco for generations, and got their start in Cuba. When Communism plagued the island, Don Julio Eiroa fled taking with him some of the greatest experience and knowledge the ...
29-12-2008
Word count: 223
Written by: Staff
#...ded the tobacco growing business into one of the most prestigious on the island. Among the company's clients in the 1950's was the factory of his brother-in-law, Ramon Cifuentes (Partagas), as wel...
05-12-2008
Word count: 573
Written by: Puff Staff
...ded the tobacco growing business into one of the most prestigious on the island. Among the company's clients in the 1950's was the factory of his brother-in-law, Ramon Cifuentes (Partagas), as well a...
30-11-2008
Word count: 541
Written by: Puff Staff
#...binder tobacco. Growing wrapper tobacco on the island proved impossible due to the topography of the land and the wind. Carlos Fuente Jr. set out on a mission to be the first cigar maker in the Domini...
03-11-2008
Word count: 180
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...for the rapidly growing Espinosa y Ortega (United Tobacco Inc.) whose brands include Nicaraguan made 601 and Cubao, it was announced that Miami Cigar would, henceforth, distribute the two extraord...
31-10-2008
Word count: 593
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...nomy to tobacco growing, blending and manufacturing. During the ProCigar Festival in March '08, he happily took attendees on a very thorough tour of the plantations at Mau, which included showing ...
27-10-2008
Word count: 1134
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...tory of tobacco growing and cigar making, for generations, in his family tree. Nonetheless, Felipe Gregorio carved a niche for itself in the annals of cigar history and the tastes of sophisticated sm...
23-10-2008
Word count: 7722
Written by: Staff
#...cused solely in growing tobacco. "I am happy that my legacy will be protected by a group like Oettinger Davidoff and I know my son Christian will be in good hands with Dr. Cina and his mana...
13-10-2008
Word count: 1119
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...ily, on tobacco growing when he went to work for the Oliva's in Jamastran Honduras, near the Nicaraguan border. In that same period, Simon Camacho, who had started Miami's first cigar factory, ...
11-10-2008
Word count: 563
Written by: Staff
#...ft of tobacco growing to tourists here on the western reaches of the island that produces the world's premier cigars. But when Hurricane Ike blew through Cuba eight days after Hurricane Gustav'...
19-09-2008
Word count: 995
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...f Cuban tobacco growing and cigar making in his family. Hell, Litto isn't even Cuban. And yet, in 1994, Litto and his wife, Ines Lorenzo Gomez started La Flor Dominicana in Villa Gonzalez, DR and Prem...
31-08-2008
Word count: 2832
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...are used in the growing or production of this sustainable product. The mid-range price point of this selection is a notable value, retailing between $6 - $8. The cigars are offered in bundles or b...
06-08-2008
Word count: 996
Written by: Puff Staff
#... took a tobacco growing, cigar making icon like Henke Kelner, to blend and produce the cigar named for the world's most famous, cigar smoking icon, Winston Churchill, Davidoff's latest offering to...
06-08-2008
Word count: 2547
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...6. Cuba stopped growing that seed in 1987. We got our Corojo seeds in 1997 directly from Daniel Rodriguez, the grandson of Diego Rodriguez. It took us about two years to really learn h...
28-07-2008
Word count: 4231
Written by: Staff
#...ave one type of growing condition - one altitude, one type of soil," said Duran. "But in Colombia we have four or five diverse geographic areas with vastly different soil conditions, wea...
27-07-2008
Word count: 1917
Written by: Staff
#...lected specific growing regions to enrich the blend and its aroma. So unique are the tobaccos used in Macanudo 1968, it tastes like no other cigar I have ever smoked." Cooper Gardiner, Gen...
17-07-2008
Word count: 570
Written by: Staff
#...rn agricultural growing regions, each component of this cigar, beginning with every tiny seed and encompassing specific soil types, speaks to Daniel's tireless commitment to developing Dominican...
17-07-2008
Word count: 608

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