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The evolution of a cigar smoker usually starts with a particular brand. From there the smoker will evolve in either natural or maduro smoker. The next step of evolution is style, torpedo, robusto, and so one. The stage at which I am at is the wrapper. There are several options from sub grown Connecticut to Nicaragua. Recently my interest has been turned to the Cameroon wrapper. This is not wrapper that is common used and only few brands use it and even then only a on a few select cigars. My favorites include the Rocky Patel 2003 and Nub 464T (shown above). The wrapper adds a nice hint of cinnamon and pepper. The wrapper is not very oily and has some nice vains running through it. It is a darker brown so it fits right in the middle between a natural and a maduro. It can usually be found medium to full bodied cigars. So the next time your looking for a good smoke on the golf course or just on patio try a Cameroon. A perfect wrapper for a perfect smoke.