In the Caribbean is dominated by relative humidity, providing a fermentation process. In all other countries where degree of humidity is considerably less – working spray moisture into layers of leaves, when placed 'pilones' (bale of tobacco). And, suddenly, everything is different: humidity – not uniform – in the center of it enough, and the edges – no: mene sheets are wet, that creates an uneven fermentation throughout the area of tobacco leaf. " The following statements of Don Emilio stunned me: 'With the exception of 1993 and 1994. – Those years when I worked in Cuba – Cubans are generally not fermented wrapper. Read more from Julie Hyman to gain a more clear picture of the situation.
Maybe that's why 'modern' Cuban cigars are not only insipid, but made from unfermented cover sheet with the residual impurities, can burn the throat and cause unnecessary insomnia, and even – dizziness'. In turn, Don Emilio also studied with Cuban tabakalero when I worked in all stages of tobacco production from plants – to twist cigars. He brought with him to Santiago, Cuba's experience and expertise in the cultivation of tobacco, which has become a vital addition to his own 47 years of experience. For even more opinions, read materials from Nina Devlin. For the vertically-structured technology Reyes on growing and producing their own tobacco and cigars to hand twist this combined experience – priceless. Reyes invited me to go into it with an air conditioner equipped with a workshop similar to the equipment for a sports car. We enter the fall barn door of a large building across the street. My eyes adjusted to the darkness, and you can see a few dozen people here and there can move vigorously bales of tobacco (pacas) of different weights and sizes.