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Three years ago, Brooks Whittington reviewed the La Gloria Cubana 25 Aniversario Pirámides, now it’s time to look at the other cigar that came in the humidor.
This is the flagship Connecticut wrapper option for AGANORSA Leaf.
The Super Robusto was the first OneOff vitola to include +53 in its name, a reference to the country code of Cuba when you make a phone call.
No, it is not made in Miami.
The Las Calaveras limited edition returns for its 10th year with a blend that brings back the broadleaf.
The cigar was created to commemorate Black Label Trading Co.’s 10th anniversary in business and is made up of a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper covering an Ecuadorian habano binder and filler tobaccos grown in Nicaragua and Pennsylvania.
The “lost years” have been accounted for with the Tatuaje Cojonú 2018.
The newest member of Padrón’s Family Reserve line is the No. 96, a robusto extra that arrived in stores in April 2023.
With the 2023 PCA Convention & Trade Show right around the corner, it’s time to look at one of Padrón’s PCA 2022 exclusives.
The Tatuaje Limited Robusto Especial—also known as the Lomo de Cerdo—replaces the original wrapper that was used for the company’s legendary Pork Tenderloin with a Mexican San Andrés wrapper.
This year marks the 35th anniversary of AVO.