The Belinda brand cigar like many smaller brands, did not survive the nationalization of the cigar industry. They were re-introduced by the government run Cubatobacco in 1988. There is only one surviving cigar size which is the Corona.
This new size from the Robaina family has all the original rich flavours and aromas, good construction and well balanced.
This is another of the new releases in 2018. This vitola has been selected for sale exclusively in the Canadian market. Only 6000 individually numbered boxes have been produced. Only just released and brand new to the market.
Hoyo de Monterrey have been modernising/reinventing themselves by expanding : Serie le Hoyo San Juan is the newest vitola to come from the brand for a long time. They have used only Seco and Ligero leaves from the San Juan y Martinez tobacco district. It's factory name is Geniales.
The Oliva Serie V is a complex blend of Nicaraguan long filler tobaccos, blended with specially fermented Jalapa valley ligero, and finished with a high priming Habano Sun Grown wrapper. The cigar is blended to deliver a full bodied taste while maintaining unparalleled smoothness. Offering layers of coffee, spice, and tobacco flavors, with a touch of dark, unsweetened chocolate on the finish
The Gran Toros is a great cigar with an oily even wrapper.
With mainly woody fragrant aromas. Walnut wood with a peppery aroma subtly alternate.