AGEING TOBACCO

The fermented tobacco leaves are individually placed in layers and each layer is stacked over another where the tobacco matures for two to three years. During storage the leaves undergo an ageing or maturing process, which further refines their aroma and flavour

 

  • Ashton Classic - Tobacco aged for 4 - 5 years

  • Padron 45 - Tobacco aged for 10 years

 

The temperature and humidity are regulated by windows and vents in the ageing room

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