The cigar is created by harvesting Scottish peat by hand using the same tools that have been employed for hundreds of years. The resulting sod is then left to dry in the open air for approximately two weeks. The dried peat is then packaged and shipped to the Dominican Republic. Then in a special curing process the peat is married into the tobaccos that are utlized in the Caleanoch.
The cigar which features a premium Ecuador Connecticut wrapper over a Corojo binder is available in two variations: