Burley tobacco, sensationally smooth and subtly sweet, Black Note's Forte features the full-bodied flavour for which burley tobacco has long been recognised. The tobacco is first cultivated in Naples’ fertile soils, then dried in the shade and patiently air-cured in the region’s fresh air.
Cavendish is a type of tobacco resulting from a specific process, usually using Virginia tobacco. Dark, ripe Virginia tobacco leaves are steam-treated and oak-barrel cured, producing a tobacco with a brilliant intensity and rich taste.
High-quality cigar tobacco delivers flavor notes that range from slightly sweet to mildly spicy, all harmonized with rich and subtle smoky undertones. It grows best in a moist, tropical climate.
Kentucky tobacco has an earthy and nutty taste, a flavor that’s enhanced with fire-curing to release the tobacco plant’s natural resins. Kentucky is an American tobacco cultivar, with Italian Kentucky grown in Tuscany.
Latakia is a rich, intense smoky-peppery tobacco that provides a powerfully distinct delight for the senses. The blend uses the Syrian Latakia process of sun-curing the tobacco, then smoke-curing over controlled fires of fragrant wood and indigenous aromatic herbs