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This tobacco is composed by Tuscan Kentucky from Italian cigars, in fact the word "cimetta" meanig the final part of this cigar type. The tobacco appear very dry and friable, the aromas are dominated by wood and peat but also, in minority, leather and earthly; during the smoke is very aggressive and impetuous, full bodied and satisfying.

Notes: This tobacco is a product that is an integral part of the Italian tradition, the "cimette" are ticked at the end of the manual roll of the cigar, then they left to rest. After adequately humidified and aired, the smoker can chop them and fill the pipe with first quality natural Kentucky, fire-cured with oak wood, traditional fermented and free of any additives.

BrandCompagnia Toscana Sigari
Blended ByCompagnia Toscana Sigari
Manufactured ByCompagnia Toscana Sigari
Blend TypeBurley Based
ContentsKentucky
FlavoringNone
CutCoarse Cut
Packaging50 grams cardboard box
CountryIT
ProductionCurrently available
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Overwhelming
Flavoring
None Detected
Taste
Very Full
Room Note
Extra Strong
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★★☆☆
Overwhelming None Detected Very Full Extra Strong

Cimette are not a "tobacco pipe", they are the terminal part of italian Kentucky cigars. The quality of this tobacco is very high: fermented and without additives. The fragrances are typical of Kentucky fire-cured tobacco so we can detect leather, eartly, peat. During the smoke the taste is bitter but not unpleasant, pungent and very spicy on the nose, the combustion is not regular and needs to be re-ignited. This tobacco is very dry when is opened so needs to be humidified. The use is only recommended to experts and just to reinforce other tobaccos or homemade mixtures.

Pipe Used: Anatra dalle Uova d'Oro

Age When Smoked: two weeks

Purchased From: Tabacconist in Italia

Similar Blends: Cimette toscani Brissago (less strong).

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