There are a few smaller brands that have been around for a while growing slowly through a grassroots shop-to-shop approach. Primer Mundo is one of those companies, 262 is another and so is Tarazona. Eddie Tarazona has been through quite a few changes when we first met a few years ago, but they seem for the better. Now, with the help of an energized Cubanacan factory, Tarazona is growing quite a bit.
There was a noticeable use of IKEA furniture and a noticeable uptick business. Tarazona was busy. The booth was a bit more open than in the past, but still quite busy. It was packing time by the time we found a chance to stop by the booth, so that explains the boxes.
Named after the factory which produces Tarazona, the Cubanacan line now has a Maduro counterpart. The Cubanacan Maduro uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers
Originally introduced in 2009, it’s back.
Offered in two different wrappers Habano Claro and Habano Maduro
Tarzona Revolution 305
Eddie Tarazona will admit, it’s been a long-time coming. The Revolution 305 uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over Nicaraguan filler. It’s described as a stronger cigar than the 305