Longfiller cigars are made of whole tobacco leaves and hand rolled, these are conditioned for optimal smoking pleasure. The vain of the leaves has been removed, leaving a long leaf left. Short filter consists of short cut pieces. Longfillers should be well-preserved in humidor in places with 68 - 72% humidity. Does the longfiller cigar fall below a certain percentage (about 60%) than breaks it. Too high percentage (80% +) can cause mold.
Famous countries where they come from include Cuba with its rich history and beautiful brand names like Romeo Y Julieta, Montecristo, Hoyo de Monterrey, Cohiba et al.
The Dominican Republic, including CAO, Leon Jimenes, El Credito, Gurkha, La Aurora, PDR, Bespoke, The Griffin and Fuente, but also a brand like Balmoral leaves its longfiller cigars.
Emerging longfiller countries include Panama with Marca Fina, Honduras with Gil Gonzales Davila or Alec Bradley, San Pedro, Camacho, but also Nicaragua with brands like Drew Estate, Padron, Oliva, Casa Magna, My Father and Don Marco plus the Brazilian cigars made from In recent years, Bahia Tobacco has maintained that the pallet of both countries and brands and flavors has been significantly expanded. This has made it possible for the lovers of the Longfiller cigars to experience more and more with different brands and flavours.