Cavendish is the only tobacco that is not grown, but produced in factories from other basic tobaccos. It can be produced from Virginia, and from Burley and other air-cured tobaccos.
In essence, Cavendish is a mixture of various tobaccos that are pressed, kept warm, and then cut and ground.
It is believed that Cavendish got its name in honor of the English sea captain, who delivered rum to America on his ship, and from there, in turn, brought tobacco. And somehow, in order to save space, he decided to put tobacco in rum barrels. Upon arrival in England, the barrels were opened, and it was found that the tobacco soaked with the smell of rum became much better and more aromatic.
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