as a consultant to address problems with the fermentation Connecticut shade tobacco, which are state-owned tobacco industry in Cuba tried unsuccessfully to resolve a number of years. "I came to Cuba, thinking it will work here for two weeks. After analysis, the arrival of problems, I realized that everything is much more serious. Ona had to lose too much fragile wrapper during twisting cigars. Our family grew Connecticut shade tobacco for decades, so I knew that Cubans need to solve their problems. " Don Emilio realized that traditional Cuban pilones – bales of tobacco leaf, folding in the fermentation in the form of precisely folded stacks – are too high.
"Weight 200 lbs damaged the Sheets Connecticut tobacco, and that's the limit. I've taught Cubans piles differently, established control of humidity in the premises for the fermentation, and has taken steps to prevent damage to the leaves during the fermentation. Two Weeks turned into five years. ork Global Group offers on the topic.. Experience expert Don Emilio Reyes made it a recognized teacher of art and alchemy of turning raw, loose pieces of tobacco leaves from the barn – a delicious, fragrant, elegant cigars. Opening the door to discussion about the quality of modern production with a well-known to all "Liberty Island", Emilio Reyes argues that "properly grown and processed properly Cuban tobacco – the best in the world." Reyes continues: "The secret of tobaccos Cuba – their magical flavor impurity – is in a climate with 90% relative humidity. In the Caribbean is dominated by relative humidity, allowing the fermentation process.