Long cigars are not the trend anymore, but some of them will remain Classics. Here are three long cigars you should try.
Following in the footsteps of the Connoisseur No.1, the Connossieur A (Habanos's mis-spelling) comes in to complement this series. Released as part of the Casa del Habano Series in 2013, this cigar will please lovers of woody type cigars.
Here is a fine Regional Production by Juan Lopez, of course because it is a Swiss release from 2016, we already liked it but many Aficionados have been waiting for this Cuban. A big vitola that you will enjoy with time on your hands. The Eminentes Swiss RE 16 does not express himself through aromas, but will be astonishing in terms of flavors. Aging this cigar will be crucial.
Delivered in the new boxes and with the new Montecristo band, the Double Edmundo comes in to complete the Montecristo Edmundo line up. Big demand already for this big cigar. Huge blend potential.