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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 Romeo y Julieta Julieta Cigar is a Cuban cigar that holds an aura of elegance. They come in a stylish red metal case - making them perfect to carry with you on the go. It's on the slimmer side of the Romeo y Julieta spectrum. It's great for anyone who is looking for a shorter smoke. Although it appears smaller in size, it still provides a medium bodied-smoke - delivering woody and nutty flavours.
What differentiates the BHK 52 from the other cigars from Cohiba is that the leaves used for the filler are already aged, and as a result this cigar doesn’t require aging to reveal such an exceptional taste and character. The main aromas developed by this cigar are of creamy coffee and of rich earthy flavors, which are reminiscent of well-aged cigars. Unsurprisingly, the price of this jewel is high; however, the BHK 52 lives up to its reputation and is worth every penny. This is indeed a unique cigar, and a very rewarding experience that will delight the true Cuban aficionado.
The Cohiba Half Century Cigar follows the trend of the smallest format. This smoke was released in 2016 - sporting the new Petit Robusto format, in homage to Cohiba 50 anniversary cigars. The shorter smoking time makes it a valuable addition to his collection of Cuban cigars, for those moments when he has little time. Its flavor profile is incredibly pleasant and typical of Linea Cohiba 1492. The notes of leather, cocoa and florals are the most prevalent here and create an impeccable mix of flavors.
The Cohiba Siglo I Cigar claims the title of the smallest Cohiba cigar of all. This is another addition to the Cohiba Siglo collection – created to celebrate the 500th anniversary of discovery of Cuba. The Siglo I sports a Perla vitola – measuring at 102mm with a 40 ring gauge. So, it’s certainly a smaller smoke for you. Although it may be short in size, it’s by no means short in flavour – it delivers a medium-full bodied smoke. Containing earthy notes of cedar and barnyard – with distinct leather aromas.
The Romeo y Julieta No. 3 Cigar is one of our smaller Cuban cigars. Nevertheless, for what it lacks in size it makes up for in flavour. The Coronitas vitola is popular among aficionados who are on the hunt for a shorter smoke. Providing a medium-bodied smoke - you can expect flavours of leather and cedar with additional notes of tannin.
The Cuaba Divinos line. It's a 1996 version. It's a flavor pump and a good cigar to have after a heavy meal if you don't feel like smoking a big cigar. The Divine can surprise by its fast built power, especially the spicy finish.Be careful when smoking this vitola, as it can be very aggressive. He smokes very slowly.
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