Indonesia-Sumatra

The people of the island of Sumatra in Indonesia have been cultivating tobacco for centuries. Sumatra’s rich volcanic soils produces a tobacco that has a strong similarity to Connecticut tobacco. Because of its closeness in soil composition and climate, Sumatran tobacco is easily grown in Mexico and Ecuador. Regardless of where it’s grown, Sumatran tobacco is characteristically dark in color, produces a rick color, and it is primarily used as a wrapper leaf. If you want to experience Sumatran or Sumatran-seed tobacco, we suggest the Kristoff Sumatra, Rocky Patel The Edge Sumatra, or the Leaf by Oscar Sumatra. 

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