Cuban cigars are consistently ranked at the top of many cigar aficionado’s favourites lists. However, the very real threat of global warming is having an affect on the Cuban cigar industry. Here are some of the effects being felt by Cuban plantations.
Back in 2015, the El Niño season led to an intense period of drought in Cuba; the worst seen in the country for over a century. Following this, the opposite weather hit hard in the winter, with heavy rain hitting what is normally the dry season. Tobacco plants are incredibly delicate, which leaves them vulnerable to harsh, and unpredictable weather conditions. These heavy rains during the 2015-201.... Click here to read more