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The Por Larranaga Picadores is a newly released (2014) and exclusive cigar, only 8400 boxes have been produced and only available in La Casa Del Habano shops. It was a popular vitola until it was discontinued in the seventies. Great potential for aging. 5 years on, the Picadores will offer some rich caramel-like sweetness and some spicy tobacco.A great choice of cigar to age for any expert. Grab a box of this beautiful cigar before its too late!
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.
Havana Club Selección de Maestros is the result of the joint collaboration of all the Maestros del Ron Cubano, who meet once a year to create this unique product. Awarded with numerous awards, it is distinguished by a warm amber color, with a deep red glow. On the nose, toasted pecans and aromas of spices reveal the character of the wood. In the mouth, a round entry that produces a complex flavor on the palate: a stout palette of hints of cocoa, coffee, sweet tobacco and brown spices. A pleasant finish of smoked oak and spices mixed with candied fruit offers a remarkable balancing experience.
Fonseca Cosacos is a very good choice for a medium cigar with many flavors. A perfect cigar for beginners but also for experienced smokers who enjoy its complexity. Very soft smoke with lots of wood, offering a great experience for outdoor smoking or a midday break.
The Hoyo de Monterrey Hoyo Du Prince is a sweet and mild Corona. The Le Hoyo Series was created apart from the Hoyo de Monterrey line, this explains the difference in names and shapes of the cigars. The Le Hoyo cigars are thinner and they are slightly stronger than the regular Hoyo de Monterrey. The Hoyo du Prince hovers around a mild to medium, which main aromas are of wood, earth and leather. There is a lot of sweetness in the aromas, lots of creaminess, some honey, some nuts, and some fruit notes also add to the richness. The spices are also always present, but never too strongly, just a tingle on the lips. Overall a mild and rich cigar, perfect for a morning cigar. Pretty affordable. A cigar that ages very well, 2 years of ageing are recommended.
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.
An artisan Cuban cigar like Romeo y Julieta Puritos. The name Romeo y Julieta, created as a Habanos brand in 1875, has its roots in the literary tragedy of the same name by the English writer William Shakespeare. Winston Churchill was one of the most devoted smokers of the Romeo y Julieta brand. Since his visit to Havana in 1946.
The H.Upmann No.2 is one of Cuba's most popular vitola, a delicious medium Pyramid. It is right up there with the Montecristo No.2. However the flavors are very recognizable as H.Upmann, but the pointy shape of this cigar gives a smoke that is unique in this brand. Very clean taste, no harshness, and medium body give for a perfectly rounded smoke. A cigar that will become even more popular with time. A Pre-1960 release.