The heart and energy of a city is also in its people. People like Severo. His eyes have the color of cigars and his skin smells of their aromas. He works in a cigar factory on the outskirts of Havana and, every day, he checks hundreds of Cuban cigars, one by one: their color, consistency, length and soul. Severo is the scent of Cuba, charged with the warmth of fermented leaves and the sound of burning tobacco. Severo is a character that you can meet in life or in the pages of an old book that, instead of drying, remains moist and soft to the smell.
Tobacco leaves, Birch
spicy notes, Rum, Honey
Amber, Tonka Bean, Guaiac wood
It is thought to have been referred to by the Romans of the area, as far back as 200 BC, as Puccino. The first documented mention of Prosecco come...