In the tobacco industry it is common that a cigar manufacturer is forced to buy more tobacco than needid.
Tobacco farmers sell in bulk.
A cigar manufacturer is forced when they need some bales of tobacco type X they also to have buy bales of tobacco type Y.
What can a manufacturer do with this extra, unwanted but good, tobacco?
Now nice cigars are made of this tobacco.
Abe Flores (PDR A. Flores, Flores y Rodriguez) decided to start an own sigar sortment with the additional tobacco. It is a budget line called A-Crop.
The filler is composed of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
The binder and the leaf are of oscuro tobacco from Equador.
In a cardboard box there are 5 cigars.