[nggallery id=331] Label Your Cigar Gran Toro Habano Cigar Review This 7×58 stick offers a dark tan thin wrapper with small and medium veins, some stretching and lumps, good tight seams and a triple cap with a strong barnyard aroma. First light reveals
[nggallery id=311] Gran Habano Vintage 2002 Robusto Cigar Review This 5×50 dark brown oily wrapped cigar features minimal veins, a slick firm pack, invisible tight seams and a rich tobacco aroma. As I toast this up I talk a little about what ‘vintage tobacco’ means. First light reveals a very … Continue reading →
Press Release: Gran Habano 3 SLS & Cabinet Selectionby Bryan Glynn, August 30, 2010
Gran Habano 3 SLS & Cabinet Selection Miami, Fl., August 30, 2010 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Due to the overwhelming success of our new Azteca cigar we have decided to cease production of the highly-rated 3 SLS and Cabinet Selection lines. This difficult decision will allow Gran Habano to maintain our high level … Continue reading →
Floods Devastate Honduras Miami, Fl., August 20, 2010 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Severe thunderstorms have devastated Honduras causing major flooding and landslides. The Gran Habano factory has sustained damage by the floods but we anticipate that we can recover without any loss to production or distribution. However, the families in the surrounding area … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=103] Gran Habano 3 Siglos Torpedo Cigar Review This 6.1×56 dark chocolate stick offered a medium body experience with somewhat muted flavors. The wrapper and binder both had very pronounced veins giving one minor burn problem that required an early touch up. The remainder of the burn was not … Continue reading →
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