Please note that color
may vary, depending upon the screen resolution of your monitor.
When color of a cigar is mentioned, it refers to its outside wrapper. There
are six basic colors of a cigar wrapper. A lighter wrapper usually has a mild
taste, while a darker wrapper has a full-bodied flavor and is sweeter. There is
no favorite or popular wrapper, as every individual taste is unique.
A mild and bland wrapper that is greenish in color. Also know as double
claro, candela and jade. Slightly sweet, at one time they were quite popular in
the United States.
Neutral flavor, light and yellowish in color.
Rich in flavor with a subtle aroma. Reddish-brown in color.
Strong in flavor, mild aroma. Dark brown color. The wrapper should be silky
Darkest of the wrappers because it's left on the tobacco plant longer and
has a lengthier maturing period. Almost black in color.