Six Classic Havana Cigars
One H Upmann Majestic 5 1/2 inch by 42 ring gauge
A very mild and smooth cigar, with a slight hint of spice and cinammon.
Founded in 1844 by Herman Upmann, a European banker, who fell in love with Havana cigars so deeply that he moved to Cuba and set up as both banker and cigar maker. His bank soon closed but his cigars remain today as a fine example of a light flavoured Havana.
One Montecristo No.4; 5 1/2 inch by 42 Ring Gauge
Mild, very balanced cigar with a great construction quality. The classic Havana
One Por Larranaga Petit Corona; 5 1/8ths inch by 42 Ring Gauge
Rich, smooth and craft-fully constructed, they are ideal for the companion of every day events.
One Rafael Gonzales Perla; 4 inch by 40 ring gauge
Consistent high quality of draw and strength. A rich smooth little cigar great for a quick smoke when time is limited,
medium strength, the cigar is similar in profile to the popular Montecristo brand.
One Bolivar Corona J ; 4 3/8ths inch by 42 Ring Gauge
You?ll find all the typical Bolivar flavours, such as earthiness with a spicy and coffee touch. It may be stronger in its last third, but with a toasted tobacco and sweet wood background during the whole smoke.
One Cuaba Tradicionales ; 4 3/4 inch by 42 Ring Gauge
Every Cuaba is made in the distinctive shape known as double figurado. This was the style that at the end of the 19th century was all the rage for Habanos. A century later in 1996, this rich tradition was revived at the Romeo y Julieta factory where Cuabas are made.
Double figarados are the pinnacle of the cigar roller?s art. Cuaba is a Taino Indian word dating back to the time of Columbus. It was the Spanish name for a highly combustible bush .