This tobacco was created in 2012 from a cross between San Vicente and Criollo 98. It was grown a second time in 2017 when Hurricane Irma hit the Island of Hispaniola. This tobacco was intended to be grown as a shade wrapper, but I suspect the hurricane altered the growing conditions. The resulting tobacco is a very dark, thick leaf with a nutty flavor. It’s highly unlikely to see this tobacco in this condition again once the available inventory is exhausted.