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Under the seal of one of the best and most prestigious Habano brands, the COHIBA ROBUSTOS RESERVA 2014 - 2018 is launched, made with the best leaves selected from the tobacco districts of San Juan and Martínez and San Luis, in the Vuelta Abajo area . This meticulous choice of raw materials and a special treatment give Cohíba a distinctive aroma and flavor that cannot be found in any other brand. Exclusive production of 5000 numbered drawers of 20 units, offers to the most demanding tastes, 45 minutes of pleasure when smoking.
The Sancho Panza Belicosos is a smooth and tasty medium-full bodied Pyramid. Sancha Panza, an old Habanos brand whereas not being the most famous, is known for several great vitolas , such as the Belicosos and the Molinos that were very popular one century ago. Thankfully, the Belicosos is still around and available. It is a praised cigar among aficionados of Habanos. Unlike other Torpedos, the Sancho Panza Belicosos not too strong and yet has the distinctive Sancho Panza taste. It is never too aggressive on the palate.
One of the three new releases from Quai DOrsay in 2017, a brand known for its mild cigars. Mild cigar that is mild-medium at most, with lots of woodsy flavors. Affordable cigar with not too much complexity which makes the perfect smoke for your breakfast. The No.54 is not as easily found as other cigars, so do miss your chance to try this lesser known brand.
Montecristo No.5 is a powerful and rich little jewel, pearl format, that comes in a box of 25 cigars. The Habanos managed to pack all the typical flavors of Montecristo in a perfectly constructed short cigar, the taste of which is reminiscent of those of their older brothers.
In 1845, Jaime Partagás y Rabell founded his own cigar brand. Throughout its 170-year history, the Partagás brand has had numerous owners, perhaps especially the Cifuentes family who were the last owners of the brand, created dos Partagás. The two companies that own the two brands launched, celebrate the 150th, 160th and now 170th anniversaries of the Partagás brand and quite fanfare. For the 170th anniversary, special Cameroon is back, albeit, not 38-year-old wrapper. Instead, General is using Cameroon grown in the Kadey region, which is in the eastern part of the country bordering the Central African Republic. The wrapper, which is grown by the legendary Meerapfel family, is grown without the use of fertilizer.
The Cohiba Medio Siglo Cigar is keeping with the smaller format trend. This smoke was released in 2016 – sporting the new Petit Robusto format, in tribute to Cohiba cigars 50th anniversary. The shorter smoking time makes it a valuable addition to your Cuban cigar collection, for those moments when you're short for time. Its flavour profile is incredibly pleasant and typical of the Cohiba Linea 1492. Leather, cocoa and floral notes are the most predominant ones here and create an impeccable blend of flavours.
The Trinidad Reyes is a smooth and complex Habano, a medium-bodied Petit Corona. Due to its short format and its smaller ring gauge, the Trinidad Reyes might feel harsher than other Trinidad vitolas, but it is definitely from the same brand as the flavors are typical Trinidad. A 2004 release.
The Cohíba Secretos Maduro 5 (Box of 25) are the top secret of the Maduro 5 series. They are considered the nirvana of the Cohíba cigar brand. Each roll is made from the finest Maduro leaves from the Vuelta Abajo district in Cuba. They are powerful cigars, loaded with pepper and earthy aromas with a smoke that lingers in the mouth. It is a full bodied smoke with a big heart for a cigar. It is like comparing a rich espresso with a simple filtered coffee. The upper leaves of the plants (called crowns) are picked later than normal to ensure that the tobacco is as rich and ripe as possible. Tobacco is fermented for a longer time to give more color and flavor to the leaf.