Partagas de Bronce Limited Edition Cigars

Crafted in tribute to the American factory where it is produced, the Partagas de Bronce Limited Edition is a special smoke crafted at El Titan de Bronze in Miami’s historic Little Havana district.

Partagas de Bronce Limited Edition (6 1/4 x 46), box of 10 cigars

The family-owned and operated El Titan de Bronze factory is located on the legendary “Calle Ocho” (SW 8th street) in the heart of Little Havana. Famous for employing Level 9 rollers recruited from the top Cuban cigar factories, this prolific factory has produced high-quality blends for many of the world’s top brands since its inception in 1995. With an old-world atmosphere replete with clinking glasses of Cuban coffee, the sound of workers rolling dice on their lunch breaks, and the supremely rich aroma of fresh tobaccos, El Titan de Bronze was a natural choice for Partagas’ latest short-run release.

A Nicaraguan puro loaded with tempting silky taste, the Partagas de Bronce is rolled using a Corojo wrapper over a Nicaraguan binder and Seco Corojo, Viso Dulce, and Ligero Medio Tiempo filler tobaccos grown in the nation’s most prized growing regions. This balanced mix of high-pedigree leaves opens the door to a compelling earthy flavor marked with tones of chocolate, smoky cedar, citrus, and a steady stream of smooth cream.

Limited to 5,000 boxes of 10 cigars produced, each individually signed by its respective roller, the Partagas de Bronce presents a medium-bodied experience that is as masterfully executed as it is roundedly delicious. Enjoy it here at the greatest value possible while it lasts.


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