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This little Mareva, or Petit Corona, is made with the best tobacco from Vuelta Abajo. The second century invites you to smoke, tender to the touch and very attractive to the nose. An occasional resistance on the initial drawing quickly leads to a constant burn. Cohiba's white pepper and herbaceous qualities are clearly evident in the first half of the smoke. The second and third levels release cocoa and vanilla grain on the palate through an impressively thick smoke. This Petit Corona is a great exercise for the palate and a true example of Cohiba's "blend master's" diligence.
The Hoyo de San Juan from Hoyo de Monterrey is a tasty medium-bodied geniales, with 54 ring gauge and 5.9” (150mm) long and comes in a box of 25 cigars. Released at the 2014 Habanos Festival, this big ring gauge cigar is reminiscent of the old brand, but with a modern twist that appeal to many big ring gauges aficionados. It sports a new band which reads “Serie Le Hoyo” but as any Hoyo de Monterrey, it is hand rolled only using tobacco from San Juan y Martínez district, where the brand was born in 1865. It is of light to medium flavor, very aromatic and rich smoke. One of the best Hoyo out there. Has a great potential for aging, which would make it even smoother.
The Bolivar Royal Corona is one of the Top 5 Robusto cigars, powerful and complex. Rated the Number 1 Cigar of the Year by Cigar Aficionado in 2006. Along with the Bolivar Belicosos Finos and the Bolivar Petit Corona, it is another best seller. We believe the Bolivar Royal Coronas is a cigar that gets overlooked by popular brands such as Cohiba and Partagas. It has lovely aromas of hay, barnyard, coffee and spices. A 1973 release.
The Romeo Y Julieta Petite Churchill is the smallest version of the Churchill cigar. Because of its size, it is the ideal cigarette to smoke when you are a little restricted for time. This excellent Cuban Cigar delivers a medium strength smoke with plenty of leather and earthy notes throughout - with a delicious, sweeter finish consisting of honey, vanilla and coffee.
The Bolivar Coronas Gigantes is a big, bold and really beefy. It is much sought after by cigar connoisseurs the world over. We can tell from its dark wrapper that this strong cigar will deliver full-bodied flavors in our palate. It creates a thick and heavy smoke that clouds over you and that you could almost chew. It develops a rich acrid taste of peat and double roasted coffee with a pinch of spice. Your nose fills up with its strong aroma that reminds of leather, tobacco and soil. All along the cigar, the strength arises and by the end, even the most demanding connoisseur is replete and well satisfied.
The Romeo y Julieta Wide Churchills Cigar is the third cigar in the Romeo y Julieta line to be named after Winston Churchill, it certainly lives up to its sibling's name.The Montesco vitola is the brand's largest ring gauge. It shares the same tobacco blend as the Romeo y Julieta Short Churchills Cigar and the Romeo y Julieta Petit Churchills Cigar - expect strong notes of leather, tannin and minerals.
The Montecristo Gran Pirámides Collection Habanos 2017, only 2,000 book-shaped boxes have been made, which makes it a remarkable collector's item. Longer and stronger version of the classic Montecristo No.2. Medium-full body with rich Cuban flavors. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind collectible as there will be no restocking.
The Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No.1 is a smooth Corona Gorda. It is a cigar of the next to perfect construction; the wrapper is smooth and slightly oily. It is smoking beautifully and the draw on this cigar is flawless. On top of that, the flavor profile of this stogie is incredible. Definitely a must-try for all the fans of Corona Gorda vitolas. There are flavors of wood, earth, hay and nuts.