El Rey del Mundo Tainos, a 7 x 47 Churchill that was released for Formosa, a former republic located on modern-day Taiwan that last under five months. The name Formosa was first used in 1542 by Portuguese sailors who, after discovering an uncharted island, labeled it on their maps as Ilha Formosa, which translates to beautiful island. Formosa existed from May 23-Oct. 21, 1895 following the first Sino-Japanese War, in which the island declared its independence from the Chinese Qing dynasty but was then taken over by the Japanese.
As for the cigar, it’s limited to 8,888 numbered boxes of 10 cigars. The name, Taínos, likely references the group of natives who occupied what is now the countries of Cuba, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands and are popularly credited as the ones who introduced Christopher Columbus—and thus the entire Western world—to tobacco.
Distinct combination of leather tack and almonds, interspersed with notes of cedar, earth, cinnamon, and hay.
Popular Vitola: Churchill
Factory Vitola: Julieta No.2
Ring Gauge: 47
Cigar Length: 178 mm / 6.9 inches
Body: Light - Medium
Bolivar Libertador Edición Regional Francia 2006 - Box of 25
This beautiful cigar has been released three times. First in 2006 as an edicion regional for France. A year later, another batch was released, also for the French market. And the last was released for Casa Del Habano series (LCDH).
You have now unique opportunity to sample the first release of the original blend for Bolivar Libertador, which became so popular that it has been released another 2 times.
Very rare and unique box, highly valued among aficionados and collectors alike.
Popular Vitola: Sublime
Factory Vitola: Sublimes
Ring Gauge: 54
Cigar Length: 164 mm / 6.4 inches
Body: Medium - Full
The Bolivar Armonías Cigar was released as part of in 2008. Habanos S.A. created the Bolivar Armonías as an exclusive produce for mainland China. These cigars come in a beautiful, circular red gloss humidor box with gold lettering, which ties into the Chinese theme. Also included is a protective bag to encase the box along with a commemorative book to narrate the history of the Bolivar marca and the reasons for this commemorative release.
These Habanos come in a grand Salomón vitola which measures at 184mm in length and a 57 ring gauge. Truly incredible tasting cold-draws and a must-have given that only 2,008 units were ever produced.
Perfect for a serious cigar enthusiast, this is a full bodied cigar and will provide a complex two hours smoking time.
Popular Vitola: Double Figurado
Factory Vitola: Salomòn
Ring Gauge: 57
Cigar Length: 184 mm / 7.2 inches
Only 4,000 numbered boxes of 25 of the Celestiales Finos were released. This cigar, whose official name is Britanicas is the 12th Edición Regionals for Ramón Allones, which, while not the most of any brand, it is close to the top.
Popular Vitola: Británicas
Factory Vitola: Britanicas Extra
Ring Gauge: 48
Cigar Length: 137 mm / 5.4 inches
Baltic Regional Production for 2009. Produced in 1200 numbered boxes with ten cigars. This Cuban regional is mild to medium in strength typical of the brand. Typical of a Cuban cigar, sweet and creamy with hints of coffee. The cigars taste and aromas grow with complexity as you progress through the thirds, becoming more defined at the end.
Popular Vitola: Cañonazo
Factory Vitola: Dobles
Ring Gauge: 50
Cigar Length: 155 mm / 6.0 inches
Body: Light - Medium