Nicaraguan Viso Jalapa NET 120ml

Aged Nicaraguan Viso Long Filler is a premium cigar filler that is used in many hand-rolled premium cigars. Being a leaf from the middle priming, our Nicaraguan Viso tobacco leaf is thinner than its ligero tobacco leaf counterpart, but thicker than the seco. Like the rest of our Nicaraguan leaves, this leaf is also grown from the Criollo 98 seed and comes from the region of Jalapa.

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All Natural Tobacco Leaf for Cigar Fillers. Nicaraguan fillers are world famous, and for good reason! Their soil and climate offers a distinct flavor and a certain "kick" that many cigar smokers know and love. Our Nicaraguan Viso Long Fillers are aged to perfection. Being a mid-range filler type, the viso adds a combination of body and flavor to a cigar.

When bunched together, Viso and Seco tobacco leaves make up most of the filler in a hand-rolled cigar, while the ligero tobacco gives it more of "punch". 

This leaf is grown from the Criollo 98 tobacco seed, comes from the region of Jalapa. This remote region near Honduras is known for its humid microclimate, and sandy soil that is very similar to the Vuelta Abajo or Pinar del Rio region in Cuba. These soft, reddish colored leaves carry a sweet strength and aroma, and a smooth and elegant texture.

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Nicaraguan Viso Jalapa NET 120ml

Nicaraguan Viso Jalapa NET 120ml

Aged Nicaraguan Viso Long Filler is a premium cigar filler that is used in many hand-rolled premium cigars. Being a leaf from the middle priming, our Nicaraguan Viso tobacco leaf is thinner than its ligero tobacco leaf counterpart, but thicker than the seco. Like the rest of our Nicaraguan leaves, this leaf is also grown from the Criollo 98 seed and comes from the region of Jalapa.