Virginia tobaccos are the most commonly used tobaccos in the world. The color of these tobaccos is mainly light yellow, and therefore these varieties are called Golden Virginia or light, golden Virginia. There is also a dark variety called Dark Virginia.
The natural presence of sugar in Virginia leaves causes the tobacco to ferment during storage, that is, it acquires a new, specific taste. In professional language - "tobacco grows up." By strength, Virginia tobaccos range from very soft to medium strength. It depends on which part of the plant the leaf is plucked from and on the region in which the tobacco was grown. Virginia is grown wherever temperatures allow.
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