The Southern Draw Manzanita cigar’s oily, red-hued Habano wrapper reminded Southern Draw’s founder so much of the red bark from the manzanita tree of his youth that he named the cigar after the tree. The name is also linked to Native Americans who used leaves from the manzanita tree as a substitute for tobacco. The cigar is composed of a Habano binder and a filler made of Pelo d’Oro, Corojo 99 and Ligero leaves from an undisclosed origin. This intriguing blend is covered by the aforementioned wrapper. The cigars are handmade in Nicaragua at AJ Fernandez’s famed Tabacalera Fernandez factory. According to Southern Draw, portions of the proceeds from the sales of the Manzanita cigar will go to First Nations Development Institute. Manzanita is Spanish for “little apples.”
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