Cigar history has followed a difficult path between crime and pleasure. Between 1717 & 1817, the Spanish Crown prohibited cigar production and although its precious Cuban leaves were growing on the other side of the ocean, the “puro” cigar rolling that we all know today, could only be done at the Sevilla Royal Factory. Such absurd entitlement, and this monopoly, led to an increase in the price of tobacco that led to the birth of the Bandolero. the Bandolero was an intrepid figure who bootlegged tobacco leaves and rolled them in other countries, which led to an excellent price authenticity, dressed with the charm of what was then forbidden. Flavor notes consist of floral, spice, warm bread, and roasted peanuts.
Strength: Medium-Full Bodied
Country: Costa Rica
Filler: Undisclosed & Peruvian Seco
Wrapper Origin: Ecuador
Wrapper Leaf: Ecuadorian
Box Count: 25
Justin White (verified owner) –
A little lighter than the other two, but still packed with delicious flavor. These are a treat.
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