LGC undoubtedly helped to kickstart the Cigar Boom of the early 90s, and to this day, they're still making waves. La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press is rolled in the El Credito area of the General Cigar Dominicana factory in the Dominican. The cigar's name derives from the process used to create its pressed format, a technique using trays with dividers, into which each cigar is placed immediately after rolling.
“This method eliminates air pockets to deliver an optimal draw and output of smoke, resulting in an enhanced smoking experience,” said Yuri Guillen, GCC's production manager, in a press release.Cedar, toast, and a spicy appeal on the finish round out the flavor profile of Spanish Press. That's thanks to its Nicaragua Jalapa wrapper, Mexican San Andres binder, and four fillers: Brazilian Mata Fina, Nicaragua Jalapa, and Dominican Olor and Piloto Cubano. Few blends offer the consistency of La Gloria - so if you're in search of a dependable, full-bodied smoke, your buck can easily stop here. Get yours today!
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