The Cigar

All of the tobacco except for the wrapper are aged in rum barrels for 6 months, but, regularly for all, the tobaccos are given 6 years of aging in bulk and later 6 more months in rum barrels to acquire the aromatic notes of barrel aging looking for the toasted wood tastes that infuse the aging in these barrels. Once the cigars are ready they remain in the aging room for a 3-month period.   


The cigars have a rotund start with a predominance of black pepper spice notes, that open up to give way to flavors that are more complex and delicate. The presence of wood is evident during the entire smoke because of the rich, brilliant strokes of cinnamon, dried fruits and, including, critical points. Its finish is potent and creamy, at the height of a demanding smoke.


Cigar anatomy: 

• Wrapper: Ecuador

• Binder: Ecuador

•Filler: Three types of tobacco are hailing from the following countries: Peru, Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua.


Formats: 

• Churchill (7 x 47) Box of 25 

• Belicoso (6 1/4 x 52) Box of 25

• Robusto (5 x 50) Box of 25

• Sumo Toro (5 3/4 x 54) Box of 20


Strength grade: 

• 8 / 10

All of the tobacco except for the wrapper are aged in rum barrels for 6 months, but, regularly for all, the tobaccos are given 6 years of aging in bulk and later 6 more months in rum barrels to acquire the aromatic notes of barrel aging looking for the toasted wood tastes that infuse the aging in these barrels. Once the cigars are ready they remain in the aging room for a 3-month period.   


The cigars have a rotund start with a predominance of black pepper spice notes, that open up to give way to flavors that are more complex and delicate. The presence of wood is evident during the entire smoke because of the rich, brilliant strokes of cinnamon, dried fruits and, including, critical points. Its finish is potent and creamy, at the height of a demanding smoke.


Cigar anatomy: 

• Wrapper: Ecuador

• Binder: Ecuador

•Filler: Three types of tobacco are hailing from the following countries: Peru, Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua.


Formats: 

• Churchill (7 x 47) Box of 25 

• Belicoso (6 1/4 x 52) Box of 25

• Robusto (5 x 50) Box of 25

• Sumo Toro (5 3/4 x 54) Box of 20


Strength grade: 

• 8 / 10

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