When I was a teenager, my dad bought a few of the few remaining tobacco plants in the village of Gannon, in southern Spain.
I grew up with a strong connection to the tobacco plants, but never really knew what it was like growing them.
I did know they were beautiful.
The tobacco is the mainstay of the region’s economy, and the local residents are also fond of their tobacco.
As I grew older, I also began to enjoy smoking and became aware of the many different varieties of tobacco available, ranging from a cheap imitation to premium tobacco.
This gave me a taste for the local tobaccos.
As a young man, I worked as a tobacconist and was very fond of the tobacco I was able to purchase from the tobacco farmers.
This led me to start my own tobacco company.
I had a great time.
As an experienced and knowledgeable tobacco broker, I became one of the top tobacco traders in the region.
However, I had to leave my position and move to another town to pursue my passion, because of financial reasons.
For a few years I was employed as a tobacco broker.
In 2006, I decided to retire.
I wanted to continue my business as a business owner, but it was very difficult to find a suitable job and a stable income.
I decided that I wanted something that was unique and that would be a way to contribute to the local economy.
I started to think about what would make a tobacco company successful and, with a lot of research, I came up with the idea of building a cigar bar and a tobacco factory.
As it turned out, the idea was very popular, so I decided on a small scale.
A few years later, I opened my first shop in the town of Alta, where I sold cigars, cigars accessories and tobacco products.
Today, the tobacco business is one of my main sources of income.
For me, it is a personal challenge and one that I still keep up with.
I am very happy with the result of my first venture.
I hope that it has helped some of my clients.
What do you think?
Do you enjoy smoking tobacco?
Do your customers like it?