Identical in every way to Gran Habano 3 Siglos, which was discontinued over a trademark dispute. Handmade in Honduras, they contain a flavorful, well-balanced recipe of Colombian, Costa Rican and Nicaraguan Ligero longfillers. Nicaraguan binders and seamless Nicaraguan wrappers round out the blend. The smoke is thick and creamy with toasty, cedary flavors underscored by nuances of cocoa, almonds, and sweet tobacco flavors. A highly-rated, medium-bodied treat for the senses. Try a box now!
That is what it feels like to smoke a cigar that is a smooth smoke and a nice tasting well constructed burn around all the bases and down the home run stretch.0 0
A good smoke for the munny.A smoke for a lemonaid on the porch,or a cup of coffee on the stoop.0 0
When I got this in a GH sampler I thought it would be a good yard gar or casual smoke. Wrong - it tastes like smoking a toilet roll tube. Famous s $25 for 20 Honduran bundles are better. On a price per stick basis, Pete Johnson s excellent Trocadero Cambon is only 20 cents more.0 0