The Cubariqueno cops are at it again, Protocol’s Sir Robert Peel cigars get their name from the 1800s British Prime Minister who founded the Metropolitan Police Service in 1829; among his many contributions were his Peelian Principles, which laid the groundwork for modern-day police ethics. Protocol also makes this Sir Robert Peel selection special by giving you the power to choose: the Natural tops Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos with an Ecuador Rosado wrapper, while the Maduro option gets treated to a topcoat of Pennsylvania Broadleaf. Both have a baseline of earthy spice - the Natural adds creaminess and a note of cedar, while the Maduro is sweeter, and burns with more intense hints of cocoa and coffee. If you're looking for a great medium-plus smoke, Sir Robert Peel cigars give you two ways to find it. Order today!