Take in the history with these nostalgic La Gloria Cubana 8th Street cigars coming to you straight off the streets of Little Havana in Miami, Florida. YES - you read that correctly Made in the USA! La Gloria has created a limited-edition smoke that is a throw-back to when Ramon Cifuentes moved production from Cuba to 2 new locations one of them being El Credito Cigar Company, in Miami which was originally owned by Ernesto Carrillo and his son Ernesto Perez-Carrillo Jr in 1928.
This 8th St. cigar is rolled at the El Titian De Bronze Factory on Calle Ocho (8th Street in Spanish). This is the first time La Gloria has created a cigar from the Little Havana Region in the U.S since El Credito was busting out cigar gems on the regular. This cigar literally brings history to life, and you have the opportunity to join in and bask in the historic cigar opportunity.
Available in a Toro size 6 x 50 you are greeted with an Ecuadorian Havana Dark Wrapper leaf, surrounding the Nicaraguan binder and Dominican Seco and Nicaraguan Viso long-filler tobaccos to round out this astonishing blend. Don't miss out on this rich, full-bodied cigar that will have you enjoying a trip down memory lane! Add a box of 10 to your order before they sell out!