- Aromatic, light, good drought, strong walnut-notes. Very good smoking-behavior, a fine, mild cigar.
- Well suited together with a good glass of wine.
SIZE & FIT
Ring Gauge 28 Length 4 6/8″ Strength Mild to Medium Bodied Duration 20 – 30 Mins
- The – for a Philipinian cigar typical – very fine-thin wrapper shows solid workmanship. Good quality, that (typical kind of Philipinian cigar) needs a sharp cigar-cutter (very fine wrapper).
Tabacalera is the first and oldest cigar factory in Asia and is among the oldest cigar companies in the world.
The origin of the tobacco industry in the Philippines dates to 1592 when the Spanish Galleon San Clemente brought 50 kilos of Cuban tobacco seeds to the country. The seeds were spread, along with the Catholic faith, by friars, who found that the crop flourished best in the Cagayan Valley in the province of Isabela. With a climate very similar to Cuba’s Vuelta Abajo region, Isabela soon hosted a large tobacco-growing industry.
For a century, the tobacco monopoly was the colonial government’s major source of revenue and made the Philippines a financially profitable colony.