Serino Cigar Co. has announced its first extension to the Taíno line.
The Serino Taíno Heritage uses an Ecuadorian habano 2000 wrapper over a piloto cubano binder and Dominican criollo 98 and piloto cubano fillers. The company says that the filler was aged for 4-5 years.
- Taíno Hamaca 5 1/8 x 50 — $8 (Box of 20, $160)
- Taíno Yocahú 6 x 47 — $9 (Box of 20, $180)
- Taíno Manicato 6 1/4 x 54 — $9.50 (Box of 20, $190)
Each of the names is rooted in Taíno culture. Hamaca translates to hammock, Yocahú references the god of the sky and the Manicato refers to “a bold, valiant person with a loving, big heart,” according to the company.
While the original Taíno line is made at La Corona in Estelí, the Taíno Heritage is being produced at Tabacalera Palma.