Company Spotlight Sampler: Casa Cuevas Cigars
With over 140 years of experience in tobacco, the Cuevas family is a prime example of a reoccurring theme in the cigar industry: honoring tradition and legacy. Though Casa Cuevas Cigars is a relatively new company found in humidors, their experience and knowledge of tobacco and cigars is on full display in all the cigars in their portfolio. To learn more about Casa Cuevas, and to see my Q&A with Alec Cuevas, click here.
I am super pleased to be able to offer you the opportunity to sample some of Casa Cuevas wonderful offerings at a great price! This sampler contains 1 each of the:
Connecticut Robusto - This fantastic Connecitcut Shade cigar has a Nicaraguan binder with fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Habano Robusto - This beautiful cigar is wrapped in an Ecuadorian Habano leaf, bound by a Nicaraguan leaf, and filled with tobaccos from Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Pennsylvania. You can check out my review of the toro here.
Patrimonio Toro - The Patrimonio pays homage to the paternal lineage of the Cuevas family. This cigar has a Honduran Corojo Wrapper, Ecuadorian Habano Binder, and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Peru. You can check out my review here.
Reserva Maduro Toro - This chocolate bomb was first introduced under a different name in the early 2000s before being reintroduced in 2019. It sports a Mexican San Andres Wrapper, Dominican Binder, and fillers from Pennsylvania, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic. You can check out my review here.
Sangre Nueva Robusto - Meaning “new blood”, this new release comes from the latest generation of Cuevas - Alec Cuevas. This complex blend starts with Nicaraguan, Dominican Republic, and Pennsylvania Broadleaf fillers. It is bound by a Honduran Corojo leaf and finished with an Ecuadorian Cameroon Wrapper.