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The Belinda brand cigar like many smaller brands, did not survive the nationalization of the cigar industry. They were re-introduced by the government run Cubatobacco in 1988. There is only one surviving cigar size which is the Corona.
The Hoyo de Monterrey Maravillas was launched in 2015 and is part of the special collection of Cuban cigars, marking in the 14th edition. With only 2,000 cases produced, it is a limited edition cigar. Handcrafted and deliciously creamy, this luxurious silky smooth Habano comes in a unique boite nature box, shaped like a book. As the Habanos Collection series is limited and rare to find, the Maravillas de Hoyo de Monterrey cigar is highly sought after and is a must for true cigar connoisseurs.
The Hoyo de San Juan from Hoyo de Monterrey is a flavorful geniales. 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,
The Montecristo Linea 1935 Legend was first presented at the 19th Habanos Festival 2017. Montecristo is known for its typical medium-bodied cigars, so this Cuban cigar body stands out in its wallet. The brand, known for its medium-flavored cigars, has now launched full-flavored cigars to accommodate cigar smokers who prefer the strongest shades.
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 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 Cohiba Siglo V Cigar is considered to be one of the finest cigars. This smoke is different from the rest of its Siglo family - as it sports a Lonsdale format. The Dalias vitola provides a good draw, whilst releasing ample amounts of smoke - making this a preferred format amongst many. It makes an excellent addition to anyone’s Cuban cigar collection. The Cohiba Siglo V has rich mocha flavours, which smooth on the palate with just a hint of spice. This excellent Cohiba Cigar will satisfy the smoker for just over 1 hour and 40 minutes.
The H.Upmann Magnum 54, a 2016 version but with a very complex and elegant smoke. Although it is still a young cigar, it shows a perfect construction with a lot of complexity. Great potential for aging. A perfect cigar for casual and experienced smokers, ideal for afternoon or before dinner smoke.