Burmese Tobacco Trading Company Announces the Expansion of Tobacco Farmlands
(3 months ago)
MIAMI: Burmese Tobacco Trading Company announces that Myanmar Farms located in Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar (Burma) has now almost doubled their farmlands after their initial success and increased demand for their uniquely grown tobacco. Burmese Tobacco Trading Company looks forward to increasing their production of raw tobacco to be used for handmade premium cigars for the global market.
Burmese Tobacco Trading Company introduced itself and Myanmar Farms in December 2017 with the promise of Cuban-esque like tobacco and plans to create the Don Alejo Robaina Cigar brand as "an ode to the Godfather of Cuban Tobacco," Alejandro Robaina.
President of Burmese Tobacco Trading Company, Jimmy Huang stated: "The quality of tobacco that has been produced at Myanmar Farms, has surpassed our expectations. Burma is a beautiful country in culture, and natural resources. It only made sense to expand our farm lands as we look forward to opening the doors to the sale of raw Burmese Tobacco to other manufactures, as well as producing our own brands. We feel that Burmese tobacco will be a much sought-after tobacco due to its quality and flavor."
The Burmese Tobacco Trading Company is the brainchild of the Huang family, a prominent Chinese-American group of business owners. Together with experienced Cuban tobacco growers, they discovered promising land in Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar (Burma) that is very similar to the tobacco farmlands of Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The now established farm: "Myanmar Farms" boasts close to 125 acres.