How to Process Whole Leaf Tobacco

Why Should You Process Your Own Whole Leaf Tobacco at Home? Did you know it’s unbelievably easy to shred your own whole leaf tobacco? Why pay for pre-shredded leaf when you can buy whole leaf tobacco and shred it when you need it? The process is easy and fun, and you...

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History of Growing Shade Tobacco

History of Growing Shade Tobacco

Native Americans were already successfully growing and harvesting tobacco in the Connecticut Valley when the first European settlers arrived there way back in the 1630s. Although Virginia tobacco crops that were being grown and used for pipe tobacco was more desirable...

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How to Keep Tobacco Fresh

Tobacco that is sealed in a package of some sort normally stays fresh on the shelf for approximately two years. Once a package seal is broken, however, the tobacco begins to dry out, affecting the flavor. Fresh tobacco is the goal, but many tobacco users aren’t sure...

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What is Wrapper Grade Tobacco Leaf?

When wrapping a cigar or rolling your own blend of tobacco, there are several components involved, one of which is the outer layer, or wrapper. A wrapper grade tobacco leaf is one which comprises the outside layer of tobacco on a cigar or “wrap” and gives the wrap one...

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Where to Buy Fronto Leaf Online

When searching for a high-quality, source for your tobacco leaf wrappers and fronto leaf online, look no further than Total Leaf Supply. We provide the finest whole leaf tobacco available online, at the most competitive prices. We offer a variety of whole leaf,...

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What is Fronto Leaf?

What is Fronto Leaf?

When the world looks for good things to smoke, they head to Jamaica. Beyond the stereotypical sticky buds that bring tourists to the beaches and byways of many Caribbean islands, Jamaica has gifted the world with some of the most potent and uniquely flavorful...

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What is Shade Grown Tobacco?

What is Shade Grown Tobacco?

The term shade grown tobacco isn't used to describe tobacco plants grown beneath a tree or cultivated in a greenhouse. Shade grown tobacco is primarily produced in Connecticut, Southern Vermont, or Massachusetts, in the shade of the Connecticut River. In addition to...

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What is Sun Cured Tobacco?

Curing is an imperative step in tobacco’s journey from the farm to your hands. There are many curing methods that are used to produce different flavors and experiences. One extremely popular method is sun curing tobacco. This is done on Oriental tobaccos, including...

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