The Toscano Classico was introduced to the italian public in 1930, and it quickly became ingrained into Italian culture due to its consistently pleasant taste and aroma.
Toscano Classico is made using age-old techniques that have been passed on throughout generations. The filler is carefully chosen out of stock Italian grown Kentucky tobacco, and the wrapper is also chosen out of this same lot. This gives the Toscano Classico an extremely consistent quality.
After rolling, the cigar is flame cured over fires fueled by precious oakwood which serves to give the Toscano Classico its distinct taste and appearance. The Toscano Classico is then aged for a half-year to further mature the flavor.