Bolivian Criollo Black,
A species of tobacco originating from the Bolivia.
It is a species of dark colored tobacco (after curing and fermentation), that performs exceptionally well in warm humid environments.
The tobacco is ready for harvesting between 60-70 days post transplant.
Use and Flavor:
Bolivian Criollo Black produces a deep earthy and spicy flavor with medium/high nicotine levels.
Bolivian Criollo Black is commonly used for cigar tobacco.
Bolivian Criollo is traditionally an air cured tobacco, after which it is fermented for use in cigar blends.
This tobacco grows to approximately 8-10 ft in high quality soils, the leaves it produces are heavy and cure to a light brown color.
It is a medium/high yield plant and it grows quickly in most soil and climatic conditions.
It produces intense yellow/green flowers with a white tint at the pedal.
Plant matures and tobacco is ready to harvest in 60-70 days post transplant.
The seeds listed herein are from our own private plantation. The photos include photos of our own plants as well as plants sent to us by our clients/friends from the seeds that we have provided.