Box Count: 25
Origin: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Corojo natural maduro
Created in celebration of the Rosetta’s 5th birthday. The modification is the changing of the wrapper leaf from the Dominican Cotui to the Ecuadorian Corojo natural maduro transforming the original milk chocolate notes to the dark chocolate notes delivered to the palate.
Size: 5 7/8 x 52 Robusto Extra
Wrapper: Nicaragua ( Jalapa & Corojo 99)
Binder: Nicaragua (Jalapa)
Filler: Nicaragua ( Esteli & Jalapa, Criollo 98 & Corojo 99)
In 2019, the city of Havana, Cuba, celebrated its 500th anniversary. Being from Havana (and having named his cigar company after Havana City), HVC founder Reinier Lorenzo of course needed to commemorate the quincentennial milestone. HVC’s 500 Years Anniversary cigar is a Nicaraguan puro composed of a Corojo ’99 wrapper from Jalapa, a binder from Jalapa, and fillers from both Jalapa and Estelí — all the tobacco sourced from Aganorsa. Only 1,533 boxes made!!!
Size: 5 1/2 X 42
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade
Strength: Medium – Full
Created many years ago for his private collection, by George Rico himself. This unique blend of cigar comes in two different wrappers, a Connecticut or a Habano wrapper. Each box features art commissioned by Rico from Colombian-American artist and friend, “Mas Paz”. The Zulu Zulu is a limited run, part of the S.T.K. Miami line.
Wrapper: USA Connecticut
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic
The La Instructora Delicado is a medium bodied stick that is hand rolled in the Dominican Republic. It sports a USA Connecticut Shade wrapper that drapes a binder and filler made of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic. The La Instructora Delicado has an overall sweet flavor profile that is accented with notes of pepper.
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Deflorada
Filler: Dominican & Nicaraguan
The La Colmena Amado No. 44 offers a light to medium bodied experience with notes of cream, honey, vanilla, white pepper and cedar.
Size: 5 5/8 x 46
Wrapper: Mexican San Andres
Strength: Medium Plus
The La Rosa 520 cigar honors HVC founder Reinier Lorenzo’s childhood home — named for the street he grew up on in Havana, Cuba. The normal La Rosa 520 blend is a Nicaraguan puro comprising Aganorsa tobaccos, but this Maduro version trades the original’s Jalapa Corojo ’99 wrapper for a Mexican San Andrés Maduro leaf. Tasting notes are lingering pepper, tangy earth, dried fruit, leather, and espresso.
Size: 6×54 Toro
Wrapper: Mexican San Andres Maduro
Binder: Nicaraguan Corojo
Filler: Nicaraguan Corojo
This beauty is an oily, dark Mexican San Andres maduro wrapper placed over a binder and filler made of Nicaraguan Corojo tobacco. This potent but not overwhelming blend offers up sweet notes of chocolate and caramel with a touch of spice and a very peppery retro hale.
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: U.S. (Undisclosed)
Filler: Nicaragua / Jalapa / Cofradía
A malted honey experience enveloped in savory suede & doused with hazelnut coffee at its conclusion. This on creamy clouds of tantalizing floral expressions.
Wrapper: Mexican San Andres
This beautiful, new sized short salamone, is wrapped in an oily maduro wrapper. Full-flavored, medium to medium-plus bodied with hints of cocoa, molasses, and cedar. A must try!
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut
This blend lends a smooth experience with notes of a bit of the creamy cedar you expect, toasted nuts and light spice. Grab one of these whether you’re just grabbing your first cup of joe or getting ready to cast a line into the water at sunrise, either way you can’t go wrong.