What Does Seco Mean?


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Seco is the Spanish word for dry. It is one of the three different types of leaves used in the filler. Seco is a type of filler tobacco. It is very mild in nature and is harvested from the middle of the tobacco plant. There are other two types of filler tobacco named as ligero and volado. Seco has an aromatic quality and is usually medium-bodied.

This word is also used to describe a type of wine. The speciality of this wine is that it contains very small proportions of sugar which is less than 5 grams per litre. Thus it is a reference to dry table wines which are Spanish in origin.

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