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The Montecristo No.4 Cigar is a must-have for all experts! This Cuban cigar was constructed immaculately – with its smooth wrapper has very few veins and no hard or weak spots. It features a Marevas shape, which is considered the typical Habanos shape. You can expect bold earthy notes, without being overpowering – with complements of fresh wood and a touch of spice.
The San Cristobal La Punta is a creamy and rich medium bodied Pyramid. Launched by Habanos in 1999, it is hand rolled using only tobacco from the Vuelta Abajo region. It gets its name from one of the fortress of La Habana that used to defend the city during the Spanish Latin America Empire times. Despite its lack of fame, it is definitely a cigar that worth a try. Like other vitolas from the San Cristobal marca, La Punta cigar is pretty smooth, medium range in strength, overall very creamy and which develops a nice complexity of flavors along the whole smoke. There is plenty of leather, wood, barnyard, hay, nuts, toasty aromas, fruits notes, some chocolate, and some coffee. There is a delicious sweetness along the whole cigar too.
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 Panetela Cigar is the smallest cigar of the Cohiba Linea Clasica range. Some would say, the best Panetela in the whole of the Habanos universe. Its extremely thin ring gauge facilitates a cool and pleasant smoke, with classic Cohiba cigars tasting notes such as fine leather, grass and barnyard underlying the flavour profile. Full of wonderful Cohiba DNA, it is the perfect Cuban cigar for a quick pre-dinner smoke.
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 Twister of the Splendid are truly worthy of the title of genius. This Churchill has power and yet it is never brutal. The mixture of aromas woven stilts any aggressive tendency in taste so that wood, earth, leather, pepper and chocolate combine with each other becoming one. Pure harmony. Pure reliability. Sculptural class, and a perfect way to prolong a night of good food and wine.
The Jose L. Piedra Cremas has a well-made Petit Corona size vitola. With earthy Cuban aromas, rougher and a subtle creaminess in the firm and robust taste with an attractive sharpness, light to medium-strong. Perfect burn, perfect drawing and that Old World Cuban flavor. Pure fine for any time of the day.
Montecristo Edmundo had its presentation on May 13, 2004. After fourteen years in the cavas of our watertists, it can well be said that Edmundo has triumphed among the fans and especially the Spaniards, as shown by the fact that a few years ago he was chosen as No. 1 in the ranking of the habanos preferred by the members of the Habanos Passion Club. The Edmundo brings together the main characteristics of Montecristo's most classic blend, but adapted to the trend of taste of modern fans who have claimed in recent years.