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Habano Wrapper Cigars

Habano is a term applied to cigar wrappers grown from a Cuban seed; “Habano” is a reference to Cuba’s capital. Ever since the U.S. embargo on trades with Cuba, the seed has found new homes in other parts of Latin America. They are versatile and cover the middle ground between mild and full-bodied strength profiles. Habano tobacco wrapper is dark in color and has a spicy and aromatic flavor. However, the years of planting these seeds on non-Cuban soil have created loads of distinct tasting notes. Hybridization and cross-breeding have created other varietals like Habano Rosado, Habano Criollo, and Habano Corojo. Nowadays, Nicaragua, Honduras, Ecuador, and the Dominican Republic are the major places where these tobacco leaves are grown.

Habano wrappers are more intense in flavor than mild wrappers like Connecticut. They wash the palate in notes of coffee, leather, cedar, and spices. The Ecuador Habano is commonly regarded as arguably the best cigar wrapper. It has one of the most elaborate flavors of any wrapper out there. It is silky in appearance and oily to the touch, with thin veins that are hardly seen. The smoke is often richly dense with notes of spice, pepper, caramel, and sweet nicotine. Some premium hand-rolled cigars that use Ecuador Habano wrappers include La Galera Habano, Arturo Fuente Rosado Sungrown Magnum R and Ashton Symmetry. You can find Nicaraguan Habano in Rocky Patel The Edge Habano.

With a diverse profile, there are Habano cigars to cater to every palate. You should try them out to find one that suits you. Go through our collection today to get started. Learn about all cigar wrappers, and try them all. Explore all of our handmade cigars! You may also return to the homepage.

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