The Casa 1910 Revolutionary Edition cigars commemorate the early battles of the Mexican Revolution that changed the course of Mexico’s history and defined its character. Designed to signify “the living spirit of the revolution,” the two vitolas in this line are handcrafted with Mexican-grown tobacco inside and out.
The Robusto-sized Cuchillo Parado is named for the battle that ignited the Mexican Revolution and has been crowned Casa 1910’s “flagship cigar.” Medium-full in body, a 3-year-aged Mexican grown Sumatra wrapper caps a 5-year-aged San Andrés Negro core to showcase these top-grade Mexican tobaccos sure to satisfy cigar enthusiasts of every experience.
Pancho Villa won the battle of Tierra Blanca for which this 6x54 Toro is named and showcases prime Mexican-aged tobacco in a larger format. A dark, oily Mexican San Andrés Negro wrapper over San Andrés binder and filler offer a full-flavored smoke with notes of earth, wood, spice, leather and more. Compare this Revolutionary selection to other Mexican puros and it’s no contest. Add these rich-tasting rebels to your cart and taste for yourself.