Cigars - Caramel

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Caramel is a somewhat rare flavor to find in a cigar, as evidenced by the limited number in this collection.  But there is a sweetness that is more toffee than sugary in the maduro wrappers that creeps out occasionally. Look for it in the cigars below.





coronado box     

 hdm excalibur box


Casa Magna Colorado Robusto


Coronado by La Flor



Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur

The Casa Magna line of cigars is the creation of two of the greatest minds in the cigar industry. Manuel Quesada and Nestor Plascencia have created this cigar and the Robusto even got Cigar of the Year for 2008 from Cigar Aficionado.  Hints of cocoa, coffee, and sweet cedar are presented by this very smooth smoke.   The Coronado is our first line of cigars, wrapped in Habano Sun-Grown Nicaraguan leafs. The filler is a blend of Dominican Sumatra and Piloto Cubano; the binder is Dominican Corojo, both in our farm in La Canela.


  An extremely well constructed medium to full bodied cigar, Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur is a superb example of Honduran craftsmanship. Lighter in color than a Cuban cigar as a result of its fine Connecticut Shade wrapper, this cedar-aged cigar is made with a rich Honduran blend that is very much in the Cuban tradition.
ladc edicion especial         tatuaje cojonu 2006 box  

La Aroma de Cuba Edicion Especial No. 5






Tatuaje Cojonu 2006

A wonderful cigar manufactured in Nicaragua by Jose Pepin Garcia. Handcrafted in small batch fashion by a select group of master rollers, this is a cigar for the connoisseur with a seasoned palate.  The flavors are medium to full-bodied, rich and zesty. Hearty notes of earth and cedar are accompanied by lighter notes of leather and cinnamon.         All Tobacco is 1st Generation Cuban Seed Grown in Nicaragua. Cigars are rolled in classic Cuban tradition by Master Rollers in Little Havana Miami, FL U.S.A. Headed by Maestro Tobaquero Jose Garcia.
Cigars are rolled with a beautiful Cuban triple-cap and are Medium to Full in flavor.


* See each specific malt and cigar tasting note page for individual pairing recommendations.  Flavor bars on each page serve as a quick visual key to tasting.