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Quintero Cigars

Pre-Revolution History Quintero Cigars In 1924 Agustin Quintero and his brother established a factory in Cienfuegos, a southern coastal town west of Pinar del Rio. It is believed the brand…

Cigars Second Maturation

The Cigar Second Maturation is the result of degradation of tannin and the interaction of its end products with the flavors generated by fermentation. All young cigars have a ”tannic”…

Cigars First Maturation

The Cigar first maturation is the result of the ongoing fermentation after the cigar has been made. Cigars continue to generate pleasant aromas and flavors as a result of the…

Sick Period

What is the Sick Period? The sick period is the period when an ammoniac smell is still detectable in a newly manufactured cigar. The tobacco leaf is moistened before being…

Cigar Size Churchill

Cigar size Churchill – cigar slang, referring to a cigar size of parejo shape, ring gauge 47 and 178 mm (7 inches) in length. The ”Churchill” size is accredited to…

Guantanamera Cigars

Guantanamera cigars Pre-Revolution history This brand did not exist before the Revolution Guantanamera cigars Post-Revolution history This brand was officially launched in Dortmund, Germany on 14th September 2002 and available for international…

Saint Luis Rey Cigars

Saint Luis Rey cigars Pre-Revolution history The brand Saint Luis Rey appeared in the Registry of Exporting Manufactures in 1940 under the ownership of Zamora y Guerra located at 810…

Culebras Cigars

Culebras in Spanish means snakes. It comprises of three cigars twisted together tightly in a spiral fashion. It first appeared in Philippines circa mid-19th Century, a Philippines cigar industry invention.…

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