It’s a 6 1/2 x 52 toro extra size that uses an Ecuadorian habano wrapper that the company says went through “a secondary fermentation process lasting six months” over a Connecticut broadleaf binder.
For the fillers, General is relying on a combination of the more labor-intensive tasks it uses in other cigars. There are Dominican piloto cubano tobaccos from the 2014 harvest that are aged in tercios, a way of wrapping a large number of tobaccos in royal palm leaves, almost like a large present.
In addition, General is using tobaccos from Jalapa, Nicaragua that were harvested in 2017 and then aged in Spanish sherry barrels.
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