Clint Eastwood

Remember "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly?" Actor Clint Eastwood smoked a funny looking cigar in the Spaguetti Westerns he filmed. The cigars he smoked have been revealed to have been dry-cured cigars from Tuscany, Italy. Made of high quality fermented Kentucky tobacco since the early 19th Century, Toscano cigars have an uneven, lumpy surface and use no binder, only wrapper and filler. They do not have to be stored in a humidor and have a characteristic strong, savory flavor.


By Luzzie Normand
Co-Founder & Editor; Neptune Cigars Inc.
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