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Arturo Fuente is just like winning the lottery every single day – consistent quality, consistent flavor, consistent construction. It’s the cigar equivalent of how your spot on the couch somehow manages to feel exactly the same no matter how many times you sit on it.
Brick House Cigars comes from one of the oldest cigar companies on the market today. Brick House Cigars are a delectable Nicaraguan puro that screams of quality and flavor. They use a rare and special Havana Subido wrapper that gives the cigar a rich and well balanced approach to the flavor profile.
The famous Cohiba brand was actually only introduced in 1968, but quickly became the flagship brand of the Cuban Cigars industry. Developed initially as a medium bodied protocol cigar for presentation only by officials of the Cuban government, Cohiba was marketed widely beginning in 1982.
Created by Zino Davidoff, who originally started producing cigars in Cuba circa 1969. The 1970's saw overwhelming success for the Davidoff brand as cigar shops opened to the public all over the world selling what is now regarded as a premium and exceptional range of cigars crafted in the then new "El Laguito" factory in the suburbs of Havana. Now made in the Dominican Republic.
Diamond Crown cigars exhibit a medium-bodied demeanor and a wonderfully-rich flavor-profile. A regal blend of aged Dominican tobaccos is cocooned inside a beautiful blonde Connecticut shade-grown wrapper. The flavors are rich and creamy boasting enticing notes of coffee, nuts and leather.
Flor de las Antillas means "the flower of the Antilles" which is a name given to Cuba as it sits right in the middle of the Antilles Islands. But in fact the brand is from Nicaragua!
One of the most authentic manufacturers in the business when it comes to making Cuban-esque cigars.
Established in 1865, the name roughly means "valley of Monterrey," a particularly fertile site in the Vuelta Abajo.</p>
<p>The brand offers a lighter flavour and a range of sizes, the largest of which are much celebrated. The Le Hoyo series cigars was introduced about 1970 and presents a stronger flavour.
José L. Piedra is a particularly noteworthy Habano not only because its blend is composed of filler tobaccos grown exclusively in the Remedios tobacco region, but also because it is made using the Totalmente a Mano, Tripa Corta, or ‘totally hand made, short filler’technique.
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Miscellaneous New World cigars.
The most famous Havana brand started only in 1935 as a new brand from Menendez, Garcia y Cia., then the owners of the H. Upmann brand. The name is reported to have been inspired by Alexandre Dumas' 1844 novel Le Comte de Montecristo.
All the range is hand-made and the strength is medium.
Like all innovative products, the nub started as a mere idea at the Oliva factory in Nicaragua. The torcedor wanted to make a cigar that hit its sweet spot at first light. No fuss, no muss – no wait. The result is the Nub cigar.
The Nub by Olivia comes in a variety of wrappers, but each and every one uses captivating Nicaraguan tobacco. Despite its short length, the Nub burns just as long as a full sized Toro or Churchill. In fact, this uniquely stout cigar successfully captures the flavor and body of the last four, five inches of a traditional cigar all the way through. You get the ‘sweet spot’ all the way through.
The Oliva Cigar story began in the late 1800s, when Melanio Oliva started growing cigar tobacco in Cuba. His heirs carried on the family tradition in the fields, but it was his grandson Gilberto Oliva Sr. who began making cigars. He left his native Cuba in 1964, and eventually started working for the Plasencia family in Honduras. In 1995 he and his son Gilberto Jr. created a cigar within Plasencia’s factory called Gilberto Oliva. A year later, they set out to open a factory of their own, and shortened their brand name to Oliva.
Padron cigars are patiently handmade with long-aged Cuban seed tobaccos grown entirely in Nicaragua. A true classic and unique-tasting cigar whose outstanding quality defies its affordable price. Distinguished by their square-pressed shapes, dark, oily wrappers and medium-to-full bodied flavor, these perfectly balanced puros brim with complexity and the essence of coffee and cocoa bean. Their consistency is attributed to limited annual production, which keep them at the peak of flavor.
Created in 1840 by Manuel Lopez, this line takes its name from the popular character of Punch so widely seen in English puppetry in the 19th century.
This full flavoured brand was made by Corujo y Cia. after 1859 and prior to nationalization, was owned by F. Palicio y Cia.