Dark Virginia was first grown in the state of its namesake, and was later cultivated in Kentucky. It is a Burley-type tobacco, commonly used in cigarettes and sometimes in pipes and cigars. The leaves are relatively easy to cure, and it is known for its strong, distinct flavor. Good yields of dark, broad leaves. Its cultivation is easy.
Habano Hacienda del Cura: from the island of La Palma (Tenerife - Canary Islands) It must be taken into account that Habano tobacco is greatly influenced by climate, soil, curing, etc. Ideal for making cigars (cigars) or blends for Pipa or cigarettes. Ideal for filler, the leaves are somewhat smaller than other cigars.