Back in 2016, Julio and Justo Eiroa began growing crops of Sumatra tobacco, the same time they starting the same process with Cameroon. Now, the company is set to release a blend with their own Honduran-grown Sumatra wrapper. This new blend is said to have been influenced by the youngest generation of Eiroas with the fourth generation getting more involved and taking a more modern play on box design. This is the first Aladino cigar blend that does not have the Aladino image in the inside of the box.
United Cigars is bringing back their limited edition United Cigar Bar after almost a decade of being off the shelves. This will be a part of an annual release under a new United Cigars Series Unidas collection. The United Cigar Bar was for sold in 2012 but was immediately removed from the market after receiving a cease and desist from the Hershey Corporation.
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“Wonderful and enjoyable. I want to smoke this one again. The flavors were awesome and close to perfect. The cinnamon was very enjoyable, almost reminding me of a Tabasco flavor. The undertones of chocolate added to the uniqueness and provided a wonderful smoking experience. I would very much like to have a box of these in my humidor. I could enjoy this with a latte or espresso. Maybe even a stout ale. The one thing that I could think of that would make this better was if it were a churchill.” –Eric (smalls29)
"This cigar was exactly what I needed right now. Lots of sweet creams and cedar notes to hold my attention while throwing in hints of cinnamon here and there to really keep me on my toes. It stayed right at a mild to medium in strength from beginning to end. I would definitely like to have more of these on hand, and I bet this would pair amazingly with your morning coffee. " -Mickey T. (irratebass)