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Goyano Tobacco
Historically use for twists and cigar filler (the flavor portion), it produces beautiful, dark-pink to red flowers.
Green Briar Tobacco
Historically used for plug tobacco, as well as for cigarette, pipe, and cigar blends.
Greenwood Tobacco
A flue cured type tobacco; used as for chew, snuff and cigarette blending tobacco.
Haronova Tobacco
Developed in 1936, leaves are 6 inches by 14 inches; the plants are short and reportedly resistant to both black and brown root rot.
Harrison Pryor Tobacco
A bright leaf, "flue-cured" type tobacco, historically used for cigarette blends.
Harrow 12 Tobacco
A Burley-type tobacco, historically used for cigarette blends.
Harrow Velvet Tobacco
Burley-type tobacco; multi-purpose use.
Havana 211 Tobacco
A cigar wrapper leaf type. Attractive pink flowers.
Havana 263 Tobacco<br><b>SOLD OUT</b>
Historically used for cigar binder, as well as for wrappers and for filler.
Havana 322 Tobacco
A cigar binder type of tobacco from the University of Wisconsin.
Havana Tobacco
An attractive plant, pretty pink flowers, historically used for cigars.
Hickory Pryor Tobacco
A Virginia type, "flue-cured" tobacco historically used for cigarette and pipe blends.
Hill Island Tobacco
Its large leaves are historically used for cigar filler.
Isleta Pueblo Tobacco
Grows very quickly, matures early, and reaches about 4-5 feet in height and has thick, waxy, dark green leaves.
Jamaica Tobacco
A "flue-cured" type tobacco, historically used for cigarette blends.
Jamaica Wrapper Tobacco<br><b>SOLD OUT</b>
A "flue-cured" type tobacco, historically used for cigarette and pipe blends, with potential for use as cigar wrapper leaves.
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In his 1954 work, "The Gentle Art of Smoking", Alfred H. Dunhill was nostalgic for a past when smoking was an "art" and enjoyed as a pleasurable pastime in elegant smoking rooms. He remarked that the "furious tempo of modern life" had resulted in tobacco, in the form of ubiquitous cigarettes, being used as a narcotic to calm frayed nerves and becoming a habit and therefore no longer pleasurable. Common sense dictates that anything you do to your body in excess (a habit) is detrimental.

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