The Casa 1910 Soldadera Edition salutes the brave women soldiers, or soldaderas, of the Mexican Revolution. And since the three women honored in this line were such unique individuals, the Soldadera selection offers the widest variety of tobaccos with each vitola differing from the others in blend and shape.
At 5½x58 La Coronela approaches Gordo proportions and is finished with an attractive fan tail cap. Medium-bodied, the blend starts with a Habano wrapper over a Brazilian binder and Mexican-Dominican fillers for a complex, flavorful, and aromatic smoke with notes of cedar, cocoa, spices, and more.
Teniente Angela, a.k.a. “Lieutenant Angela,” was a soldier and spy who possessed a number of other talents that were valuable to Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata’s guerrillas. This stunning 6x52 Toro also features a Habano wrapper with a dual Mexican/Dominican binder and a Dominican-Nicaraguan filler blend. The result is a rich, full-flavored, and aromatic combo that includes notes of wood, cocoa, nuts, earth and black pepper.
Sampetrina is a Robusto named for Petra Herrera Sampetrina who disguised her name and gender so she could fight with Pancho Villa’s forces. A mellow start builds to a medium-bodied smoke provided by a silky Connecticut wrapper, Dominican binder, and a Mexican-Dominican filler blend. Notes of nutmeg, fresh baked bread, and oak arise in a marvelous mix of flavors and aromas.
The Soldadera selection may be the most luxurious of the Casa 1910 catalog making every cigar worthy of your personal collection. Add some to your next Famous order.