For thousands of years, Italy has been recognized as a top wine producer. Using fertile fields that have been cultivated since the days of the early Romans, the Italians grow grapes, processing then using special, centuries-old techniques to craft some of the finest wines the world has ever known.
With such a lign, rich history of wine-making behind it, it’s no wonder Italy is also such an ideal location for tobacco vapor liquid production.
The same mineral-rich volcanic soil and warm, Mediterranean sun that produces abundant harvests of grapes also nurtures flavorful tobacco crops, rich with subtle flavors imparted by the soil’s unique nutrients.
Growers tend the tobacco crops with the same skill and care with which they’ve tended grapes since before the Roman emperors.
And the artisans who steep and brew the tobacco to unleash its deepest, subtlest flavors draw from the same wine-making techniques that are the envy of oenophiles the world over.