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This little cigar is a triumph of its genre and in tune with the times. It offers a steady and even burn. The blend is typical Cohiba Siglo line, beany and spicy, but the Siglo I surprisingly also plays with touches of saltiness. This Tres Petit Corona is a relaxing and fresh cigar that enjoys sharing its blend with the smoker. The more experienced aficionado will get more out of the blend, but this cigar can be enjoyed by all.
By it's very composition, this cigar offers a milder smoke, as it contains fewer amounts of the leaves that give strength to a Cuban cigar.
This cigar burns very well. It delivers cedar woody notes with hints of cocoa aroma.
The final is marked by a touch of spiciness. It ends on hot notes due in part to the short size.
Deeper in flavor and more powerful in body, the smoke on the Magicos is intense and finishes very strongly. Aromatically and on the palate this cigar is an absolute treat for the senses. Beautifully constructed, with a rich, round smoke, this is a cigar that will challenge even the most experienced palates, with its sophisticated aromas of crushed pepper and dark chocolate. The 5 years of careful aging granted to each leaf that composes this cigar, will mean that the blend already delivers punch.
The dark wrapper, 5 years aged is so pleasing to the eye and gets your taste buds going even before tasting.
Lovely line of sweetness emerges as you progress through the cigar.
Difficulty with this cigar is that when you finish one, you want to light up another one directly! Oh the problems of life...
The Montecristo No.1 has the draw of a classic. This makes this Lonsdale a preferred cigar of devotees of reliable Havanas. The familiar Montecristo flavors progress in a subdued and linear, yet still pleasant, fashion. Once very popular, the Montecristo No.1 has lost it's golden touch recently, but it is a cigar that would be enjoyed by anyone starting off on their Cuban experience.
One of the most famous Cuban cigars. You may like it or not, but you have to try it.
A cigar with a core of earthiness, it has some light coffee bean flavors and a solid dry woody finish. A medium bodied cigar.
Everything converges for the finale. Flavor, power, smoke and intensity.
Montecristo's answer to the nub cigar trend. At 3.5 inches and with a ring gauge of 44, this new Half Corona has arrived with a bang. Classic Montecristo spicy tanginess, the smoke is very direct and can get out of hand if not controlled. Sporting the new Montecristo band, this cigar will be very popular with smokers today.
New size for Montecristo with the new Montecristo band, this is a cigar asking to be smoked.
The cigar is very direct and kicks in from the start. Spicy and tangy, the smoke heats up quickly.
Enjoy a break from your everyday activity and smoke one of these.
An affordable cigar in the beautiful yellow tube. The official size is Cremas. Can be a bit harsh and smokes rather linear, but remains a good companion cigar for the regular smoker. Can do with being aged for a couple of years.
The most popular Partagas Limitada is now available in regular production. This vitola formed part of the 2008 Limited Edition series and was very much appreciated by those smokers who wanted to enjoy all the flavor of a Partagas Serie D, created for Habanos with a band gauge of 50, but with a shorter duration than the Serie D No. 4.
Those who enjoy the D No.4, will love this smaller version. Comfortable in the hand, this size is perfect for a quick smoke.
In late 2014, Habanos developed the Habanos Añejados (Aged Habanos) series. The cigars in this series are aged in their boxes for five to eight years before release. The boxes are stamped with the original roll date, along with a Revisado stamp to indicate that the cigars have been inspected. These new series cigars carry a second special Habanos Añejados band in addition to their regular brand one. The cigars in this series are made up of unique and discontinued vitolas in global brands. These Romeo y Julieta Piramides Añejados, the first of the series, were originally rolled in 2008.
Lovely looking cigars with a smell of aged tobacco. The second band indicates that you are smoking a special Cuban cigar.
As with any aged cigars, the blend has settled and the flavor is more subtle (for those of you used to young cigars, you may find these too mild). We get the floral, woody RyJ aromas we all search for in a cigar, because the cigars is at its peak, as the blend master intended.
As with all good things, the RyJ Piramides Añejados production is limited. If you want to experience an aged Cuban without the hassle of going through the aging process, here is your chance.
Rumored to be Castro's favorite cigar and used as the Official Cuban Diplomatic cigar for a number of years (Cohiba now has this role), the Trinidad Fundadores is pure elegance. The cigar is perfectly paced, giving you a smooth, creamy smoke full of rich beany (honey, coffee and vanilla) flavors. The cigar does not need huge power to give it body, as the balance comes from the equilibrium between rich flavor and perfect construction. This is regarded to be one of the finest cigars ever produced.
A medium-strong flavor with hints of leather and cream.
Perhaps the most balanced of the Vegas Robaina cigars, the Unicos allows the flavors of pepper, wood and chocolate to develop in tandem with the gradual build in power, giving it an impression of being a lighter smoke. The shape of this Torpedo means that the finish will be strong, but not overpowering. This is definitely a cigar for a palate that has been tested as it is a challenge. Perfect cigar for a post dinner smoke, where the Unicos will bring life to your red wine or spirits. Enormous aging potential..
A great Torpedo cigar which improves with age.
Made to rival the Montecristo 2, it delivers a rich and aromatic taste with a good strength.
Habanos has re-vamped the Vegueros brand. A lifting that includes a new logo and new tin packaging of 16 cigars. The blend is more powerful than the original Vegueros vitoles, but remains mild. We still find the grassiness, so familiar to this brand. Looking for a morning smoke? The new Vegueros Tapados fits the description perfectly. Nice and pleasant but not overpowering or complex. This is like a fat Petit Corona size (Mareva Gruesa), so the smoke will be round and long. Mild tobacco with herby/grassy aromas make for a ‘chilled’ smoke and a nice change from the Cuban powerhouses.
Habanos has re-vamped the Vegueros brand. A lifting that includes a new logo and new tin packaging of 16 cigars. The blend is more powerful than the original Vegueros vitoles, but remains mild compared to some of Cuba's power smokes. We still find the grassiness, so familiar to this brand.
Nice and pleasant but not overpowering or complex. This is like a fat Petit Corona size (Mareva Gruesa), so the smoke will be round and long.
Mild tobacco with herby/grassy aromas make for a ‘chilled’ smoke and a nice change from the Cuban powerhouses.
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