One of the most hardy tobacco species – Mohawk was original grown in central America. This shamanic tobacco has a long and still lasting story.
It is one of the easiest tobacco species to grow, it grows very well in most conditions – this is a species that is recommended for beginners with low or no experience in tobacco growing.
This is also one of the most high nicotine and stronger tasting tobaccos. The plant grows to approximately 1m (3ft) when fully matured – it produces a lot of suckers and, compared to its mature plant size, it is a high yield tobacco.
Mohawk produces lots of different flavor profiles depending on the priming – the strength of the tobacco also changes dramatically according to location of the leaf with respect to the plant.
Use and Flavor:
Commonly used in chewing tobacco, as ornamental tobacco and in cigar, pipe and cigarette blends (in very low quantities because of its strong flavor and high nicotine content).
Mapacho has a strong – mostly full bodied flavor.
It carries earthy undertones, salty and very spicy.
This tobacco grows to 3 ft (1m) in high quality soils, the leaves it produces are small and cure to a brown/leathery color.
It is a medium to high yield plant and it grows quickly in average soil and climatic conditions.
It produces white yellow, bell-like flowers, with a yellowish hue at the petals.
Fast maturing plant – 40-60 days (flowering to harvest).
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.