When dedicated cigar fans think about the places that play a part in our treats, our thoughts usually fall to locations like Cuba, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Honduras, and a few others. After all, these are the countries where most of the cigars are made, and thus these places make the bulk of our conversations of origin. But the tobaccos making up these cigars don't always have to be grown in the aforementioned locales. In fact, the United States has a long history of growing cigar tobacco. That is what gives the Florida Sun Grown (FSG) cigars from Drew Estate a unique flavor aw well as a link to the little known history of United States cigar tobacco.