The tobaccos used in Yesmoke cigarettes come from 7 different countries and they are basically three types: Toasted Burley, Virginia (Flue-Cured) and Oriental.
Burley is produced in around 55 countries but only a small amounts in over 1/2 of these. The main producers and trades are the U.S., Italy, Korea, Brazil, and Mexico.
Expanded Stem is often used in American blend cigarettes because of its economic and technical benefits.
Oriental tobacco grows principally in Turkey, Bulgaria, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Romania and Italy, and accounts 16% of world tobacco production.
The Reconstituted tobacco process was developed more than 50 years ago for economic reason as a way to salvage these byproducts or part thereof by transforming them into a tobacco sheet that is more adaptable to blending, processing and cigarette making.
Virginia (Flue-cured) tobacco grows in about 75 countries, from New Zealand to Germany, particularly: China, USA, Brazil, India, Zimbabwe.