Cameroon cigars are rolled with a Cameroon wrapper leaf. Wrapper classified as Cameroon is technically grown in two different countries in Africa: Cameroon and the Central African Republic. Cameroon wrapper has become rarer over the years. It is grown exclusively by the Meerapfel family who began financing Cameroon production in the 1960s
Cameroon tobacco is prized for its toothy appearance and a rich, sweet taste that’s just a touch spicy.
In some factories, they wrapped the cigars in newspapers to protect them. It was just a way to keep them from getting damaged until they finished aging.