The video below calls this cigar the Troya Corona, but really, the Universales are the Troya Coronas from our understanding:
Hoya de Monterrey cigar is known as the legend of the great tabaccalaras located in Spanish Honduras. This special kind of cigar was released during the year 1860 by Jose Gener. Jose Gener was a tobacco grower back then, until he finally registered his own mark during the year 1865. Continue reading ‘Hoyo de Monterrey Review’ »
I don’t have any pictures of this beautiful cigar, nor a video. I tried to find a nice video, but since I couldn’t find anything, you can see pictures over here: http://www.cigars-review.org/Belinda-Belvederes.htm
Belinda Belvederes is a much appreciated Cuban cigarette brand that was created and manufactured since 1882. You can taste the full flavored tobacco that was reintroduced as a machine made cigar. It was traded in eastern European market in the olden days. This is the reason why packaging is in small size range. The machine made is hand rolled in wrapper. If you are in a mood for small smoke after lunch then this is the perfect choice for you. It is packaged in a golden wrapper with prominent veins all throughout. The cigar is perfect in terms of firmness. When cut, it has a perfect draw. Continue reading ‘Belinda Belvederes Review’ »
This is a handmade cigar from Cuba. Lighting this cigar in any bar would impress you immediately. You can have the long smoke that burns right through the wall. It was so smooth for a Partagas. When you are smoking Partagas 8-9-8 Barnizados, you will not intend to end cigar session for the sheer fear of losing the experience. If you have a humidor, then you can age this cigar for a more authentic taste. The first thing you would notice about this cigar is that it is spongy. There are some that don’t like this but as they say cigars are better if they are soft. Continue reading ‘Partagas 8-9-8 Barnizados Review’ »
The Trinidad family emigrated from Seville, Spain to Cuba in the early 1800’s and by the 1900’s had begun making their way into the production of cigars. The Trinidad family registered their trademark name with the Cuban trademark office in the year of 1958. Their trademark name was “TTT La Habana Cuba”. In 1958 when the Trinidad family registered its trademark with the Cuban trademark office, they owned and operated one of the largest cigar/cigarette making firms in Habana. The Castro government took the Trinidad family company over in 1960, and they nationalized it in 1961. In the year of 1968 the first Trinidad cigar ever to be made in the United States was made in Tampa, Florida by the Arturo Fuente a family owned company. When the Arturo Fuente Company went back to the Dominican Republic all production of the Trinidad cigars within the United States seemed to have stopped. Continue reading ‘Trinidad TTT review’ »
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The world famous Arturo Fuente family business made cigars were first introduced in 1912; however it was not until the year of 1976 when the Arturo Fuente Don Carlos line of cigars was put in the market by the Fuente’s for business. After the Don Carlos cigars were introduced they were taken back off of market again due to the loss the Fuente family had suffered. They lost their business in Nicaragua. Again in 1986 they introduced their business and the line of Fuente Don Carlos cigars to the European market. They are now world famous. Continue reading ‘Fuente Don Carlos Cigars Review’ »