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Handcrafted in one of Nicaragua’s top factories with a Cuban-seed Nicaraguan long-filler recipe, Ometepe binders, and a muscular, leathery San Andres wrapper, this lovely, densely packed premium burns slow and cool with a bold, rich bouquet. Medium in strength with enjoyable notes of leather, earth, black pepper, and espresso delivered in velvety-smooth fashion. Delicious.
The cigar you have been anxiously waiting for is finally here. Inspired by the FX television series, Mayans MC, this cigar embodies all of the hard-core, street tough traits that the characters of the show radiate on screen.

Hailing from Nicaragua, the Mayans cigar sports a stunning Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper that protects the skillfully combined mixture of Dominican and Nicaraguan binder and filler, to produce a medium to full-bodied profile full of rich earth, wood, chocolate, and pepper. Solid construction and equal burn finish out creating an experience that revs across and excites your palate from start to finish. It’s the perfect companion to have while binge watching the series. So grab a box today before they ride off into the sunset for good.
There’s a few different wrappers in the mix, but if you love dark, rich Maduros, you’re picking a winner regardless of where you land. The same basic ingredients are in the mix here: Dominican binder and long-fillers, with a perfectly applied wrapper leaf on top. The end is up to you: Oscuro, Maduro, or Habano Maduro. Either way, you’re gonna get loads of pepper, earth, leather, and a fantastically complex and full-bodied taste.
Four years in the making, the premium leaves used in the Hemingway line are carefully fermented and aged tobaccos, specially selected from only the best crop years. This highly sought after cigar is handmade the most experienced and skilled cigar makers in the Fuente factory, each of whom are limited to only 75 cigars per day. Aged for six months to fully enhance the flavor and aroma in cedar lined aging rooms.

Dark, spicy, and delicious, Flor de San Andres is an everyman’s cigar that we can all get behind. Light the foot and you’ll find immediate hints of dark chocolate, leather, nutmeg, and dense clouds revealing a stark white ash. San Andres Maduro has been an incredibly popular wrapper leaf lately, but this box-pressed Rocky Patel version is easily in the shortlist of the best San Andres offerings I’ve ever had. Dive in deep on this one, and soon you’ll be swimming in pure cigar paradise.
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